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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair tonight, warmer in north and central portions; Saturday cloudy probably rain and warmer in extreme north portion.
TEMPERATURES This morning, 58; this afternoon, Iff.
VOL. 27
OCALA, FIORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. ID2I
NO. 301
SHEKELS IN STACKS
FOR HUNGRY SLAVS
AMIS BUYING
LOTS OF CHRISTMAS
DESIRES ONLY All
ADEQUATE DEFENSE
TO VOICE OPIHIOI!
Oil TARIFF POLICY
PUT TDE LID Oil
ZAGLOUL PASHA
PRIZE 1IHERS AT
fIRIOII COUIITV FAIR

President Harding Signed Bill to
Give Twenty. Million Dollars To
Russia's Starring People

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 23. President
Harding has signed the Russian relief
bill which carries a $20,000,000 ap
propriation to be expended under j
: 4.1.,. A 'Polio
Administration. The funds will be become
come become immediately available.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The council met at the usual place
at 7:30 o'clock p. m ., Dec 20th, with
Councilmen Mclver, Goldman, Sim Simmons
mons Simmons and Winer present.
Charles Rheinauer appeared and
requested that balance due on paving
certificate No. 12, dated Nov. 19, 1912,
and assigned to him March 5th, 1914,
be redeemed by the city. So ordered
upon motion of Mr. Goldman.
Petition of E. C. Jordan, B. H.
Sanders et al, asking that city extend
water line to the city limits on North
Magnolia street was read and matter
held in abeyance.
Supt. McKenzie stated that there
are a number of residents in the
western part "of the city, just outside
of limits, that are anxious to secure
electric lights. It was agreed to,
upon motion of Mr. Simmons, that if
it is found that as many as eight con
sumers of light can be secured that
the extension of the line be made.
Request of Henry Raysor to re redeem
deem redeem the following described prop property,
erty, property, to-wit: 70 feet east and west by
140 feet north and south in the ne cor
of lot 29 Caldwell's addition, Ocala,
with interest at 8 per cent, was
granted upon motion of Mr. Goldman,
provided same is done within ten
days.
Duplicate warrant No. 54156 for
$33 was ordered issued to J. R. Blaek Blaek-iston,
iston, Blaek-iston, original having been lost. Dupli Dupli-.
. Dupli-. cate warrant No. 53633, dated Jan. 8,
1921, for $13.50, was ordered issued
to H. B. Masters Co., original having
never been paid.
Report of City. Manager McKenzie
for light, water, street and sanitary
departments for November read and
ordered filed for information.
Supt. McKenzie recommended that
city pay J. L. Edwards $39.80 for
damage done at his residence by high
tension wire. Warrant was ordered
drawn for same, all members voting
yea upon roll call.
Approved bills were ordered paid.
An ordinance prohibiting all shows,
theatrical performances, circuses, ex exhibitions,
hibitions, exhibitions, or amusements, exhibiting
in the city of Ocala, other than theat theatrical
rical theatrical performances given in any reg regular
ular regular and permanent theater and other
than moving picture shows, from
charging any person or persons more
than twenty-five cents for reserved
. seats,, etc., was placed upon second
reading, read and adopted by sections,
placed upon third and final reading,
read by title and adopted, all members
voting yea upon roll call.
The clerk was instructed to return
checks which had been given some
time since" for oiling Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. The following communication was
read and ordered spread upon the
minutes:
To the City Council of the City of
Ocala, Gentlemen:
Since there has been some question
as to the eligibility of Dr. H. W. Hen Henry
ry Henry to serve as councilman for the city
of Ocala from the first ward, I feel
that it is only appropriate that there
should be some expression from me in
regard thereto.
The people of Ocala have very
clearly shown that they desire that
the policies as to the administration
of city affairs advocated by Dr.
Henry, be carried into effect. While
I am still convinced that time will
show that my position was the one
best adapted to the interests of the
city, still I do no believe" that any
technicality should be allowed to in interfere
terfere interfere with the people of Ocala hav having
ing having what they want. For this reason
I trust that Dr. Henry will be declared
' elected and be seated without any de delay
lay delay what ever, and I promise him my
hearty support and co-operation in
the advancement of our community.'
Respectfully,- A. A. Winer.
The council canvassed the returns
of the election held on the 13th of De December
cember December and E. G. Peek was unani unanimously
mously unanimously declared elected mayor of the
city of Ocala; E. H. Martin was unani unanimously
mously unanimously declared elected as councilman

Holiday Trading in the Windy City,
Its Merchants Say, Has Been
Extraordinary Heavy

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 23. The Christmas
shopping season here has broken all
records in volume of business, accord according
ing according to leading merchants, but probab
ly will not measure up dollar for dol
lar with those of the last two years.
The city's total retail business for
December is estimated at JP50.000.000.
Buyers this year are spending money
more wisely, the merchants say, and
the demand is mostly for substantial
articles.
STAYS WITH US TILL SPRING
CoL Watterson's Body Will Remain In
Vault in Jacksonville Awhile Be Before
fore Before Being Sent to Kentucky
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Dec. 23 Marse Henry
Watterson, content with the fullness
of his life, rests today from his la labors.
bors. labors. With only members of the im immediate
mediate immediate family present and with the
hour of the service unannounced, the
body of the venerable Kentucky jour journalist
nalist journalist will be put in a vault to remain
there until spring, when it will be
taken home to be given its final rest
ing place beside Col. Watterson's
mother and father at Louisville. For
fear that many persons would attempt
to attend the brief and simple service
at the mortuary chapel which preced
ed the laying away of the body, the
hour of the service was not made pub public
lic public and the family requested that
there be no floral tributes, desiring
the service and everything connected
with it to be as simple as possible.
WILL REST IN EVERGREEN
The body will rest in a vault in
Evergreen cemetery. Mrs. Watterson
did not attend the service. At the
last moment the family issued a gen general
eral general invitation to the newspaper men
of the city to be present.
FLORAL TRIBUTES
Rev. J. T. Boone, pastor of the First
Christian church here, of which de denomination
nomination denomination Mrs. Watterson is a mem member,
ber, member, officiated.
There were only four floral tributes,
two from relatives, two from inti intimate
mate intimate friends; Calla lilies from the
family were placed on the casket, a
cross of the same flowers on the
mantel and roses at the head of the
casket. There was no music. Rev.
Boone read the fourteenth chapter of
John and after a brief eulogy in which
he spoke of Col. Watterson's life as
an ojlen book, delivered a short
prayer.
Besides members of the family the
following were at the service: Mrs.
W. S. Jennings, Bryan Jennings, Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Hough of the Times Times-Union,
Union, Times-Union, Judge Robert Bingham, pub publisher
lisher publisher of the Louisville Courier-Journal,
Bainbridge Richardson, manager
of the hotel in which Colonel Watter Watterson
son Watterson passed away, Miss Maida Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, W. A. Elliott, of the Times Times-Union,
Union, Times-Union, and several other newspaper
men.
NEW RESTAURANT
Dinner 12 to 2, 60 cents; special
dinner Sundays, 75 cents. A la carte
service day and night. West side of
public square.
tf DEWEY & LAWRENCE.
at large; H. W. Henry was unani unanimously
mously unanimously declared elected as councilman
from first ward, and W. R. Pedrick
was unanimously declared elected as
councilman from third ward.
Supt. McKenzie was instructed to
get up the amount of the bill and
clerk instructed to send same to the
Marion County Fair Association for
current used during the fair.
The Book Shop and The Gift Shop
will be closed all day Monday, Decem December
ber December 26th. 23-2t
Christmas candles, large size, six
' for 50 cents at Court Pharmacy. 6t
; Neckties, gloves auto and dress
handkerchiefs initial and plain. H.
(A. Waterman, the Haberdasher. 20-4t
j
J
Why not give useful gifts? The
GIRL a "COAT," the BOY a "SUIT."
We supply you most cheaply. See
our line. "FISHEL'S." 12-3t
This is a Studebaker year.

France Will Accept Capital Ship

Ratio, but Wants to Retain
The Submarine
(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 23. (By Associated
Press). Premier Briand has sent
Ambassador Jusserand in Washington
final and definite acceptance of the
capital ship ratio. France, however,
it was stated, maintains her position
regarding submarines and coast de
fense ships, although she is willing to
negotiate.
LADIES HAVE LEFT
Female of the Species, Prominent in j
Kansas Strike, Has Made
Itself Scarce
Pittsburg, Kansas, Dec. 23. Indi-
rviHnna that, mnnv nf tVi worn pn
sought in connection with the mine!

strike demonstrations of last week commercial welfare. If accepted they
against working miners have left would in some instances mean a de de-town,
town, de-town, became evident today acording parture from traditional tariff prin prin-to
to prin-to the authorities. Deputies failed to j ciples and practices,
find one today in visiting several! The proposals to be voted on are:
points in the county to serve war- j Legislation should permit, in the

rants.
INTEND TO REST FROM
BUSINESS MONDAY

j purpose of maintaining a consistent
As it has been rather in doubt as to I teriff policy,
what the business houses of the city j Creation of a tariff adjustment
intended doing about closing up Mon-!board to administer adjustable rates,
day, December 26th, Mr. Louis H. j Reasonable protection for Ameri Ameri-Chazal,
Chazal, Ameri-Chazal, secretary of the Board ofcan industries subject to destructive
Trade, and a member of the Star j competition from abroad and of bene bene-force
force bene-force made a canvass of the business : fit'to anv considerable section of the
section of town this forenoon and the country.
following named concerns stated I The anti-dumping legislation of
that thev would observe that dav as a i Mav 1921 should be maintained in

holiday:
Munroe &.Chambliss Bank.
Ocala National Bank.
Commercial Bank.
Marion Hardware Company.
George MacKay & Company.
Auto Sales Company.
Jordan Brothers.
The Federal Bakery.
Cook's Market and Grocery.
The Elite Hat Shop.
The Book Shop.
The Gift Shop.
T. W. Troxler.
Affleck Millinery Parlor.
Farmers Exchange.
Rogers-Wilson Realty Company.
A. E. Gerig (will deliver papers).
Style Hat Shop.
Ocala Banner.
Sam T. Wilson.
J. Charles Smith.
Ocala Gas Company.
Hooper's Barber Shop.
Lucas Battery Station.
Carroll Motors Company.
George Williams garage.
Mrasek tin shop.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Main Street Market.
Chero-Cola Bottling Works.
Eagle Grocery Company.
Needham Brothers.
H. S. Minshall.
Tydings & Company.
Jerry Burnett.
Weihe Company.
H. B. Masters Company.
Clarkson Hardware Company.
Ocala Electric Shoe Shop.
Curry Feed Company.
O'Neal & Holly garage.
McCrory's stores.
U-Serve' Grocery (two stores).
Whittington Grocery.
Mordis market and grocery.
Sarasota Market.
Ocala Knitting MilL
Metropolitan Savings Bank.
Ocala Iron Works.
Moses Grocery Company.
Lewis-Chitty Company.
Pillans & Smith Grocery Co.
A suit or overcoat in Hart Schaff Schaff-ner
ner Schaff-ner & Marx make will be the best gift
for the man. We have the best clothes
made. H. A. WATAERMAN, The
Haberdasher. 20-4t
:
The Book Shop and. The Gift Shop
will be closed all day Monday, Decern-
ber 26th. 23-2t
HICKORY, OAK AND PINE
WOOD, $2 LOAD, DELIVERED. Rj
H. TODD LUMBER CO. 16-tf j

j Santa Claus.
Box containing two dozen small Don't forget to hang up your stock stock-Christma?
Christma? stock-Christma? candles for 23 cents at thejings on Christmas Eve, and every every-Court
Court every-Court Pharmacy. Phone 234. 17-6t j body be on time.
j Seven o'clock tomorrow evening.
We have a l.ig assortment of

Christmas candles all colors.
Court Pharmacy. 17-6t
The

Board of Trade Will Vote on Ques Questions
tions Questions Submitted by National
Chamber

As one of 1400 business organiza organizations
tions organizations making up the membership of
the Chamber of Commerce of the
United States, the Marion County
Board of Trade is preparing to vote
on a suggested tariff policy for the
United States. The country-wide
ballot is being taken by the national
chamber for the purpose of giving to
Congress the views of American busi business
ness business as to the principles that should
gcvern any new tariff law that is to
be enacted.
The vote is on a set of recommen-
j dations made by a committee of the
j United States Chamber of Commerce
; which gave the subject study over a
period of months. The committee
' nroTmnals nnnrnaph tli tariff nnpstinn
from the standpoint of the national!
J event' of changes of economic fac fac-'
' fac-' tors, adjustment of tariff rates by
, administrative authorities within
j limits prescribed by Congress for the
principle.
The principle of maintenance and
encouragement of our export trade
should be observed in tariff legisla legislation
tion legislation so far as consistent with protec-
j tion of American industries of benefit
1 to any considerable section of the
country and subject to destructive
competition from abroad.
! Tariff legislation should be framed
i and administered with a view to meet-
i ing discriminations, direct or indirect,
! by other countries against American
j trade.
I The present system of valuation for
! levy of ad valorem duties should be
! maintained and the so-called "Ameri "Ameri-j
j "Ameri-j can Valuation" should not be adopted.
I Do you favor a postponement of
j general tariff revision until condi-
tions in international trade and fi-
r.ance are sufficiently stabilized to
form a basis for legislation possess possessing
ing possessing permanent value?
The report of the committee of the
rational chamber, giving arguments
on both sides of the question, has
been referred to each member of the
board of governors of the Board of
Trade and the governors will make a
recommendation to the Eoard of
Trade at its meeting next Tuesday
night.
YES, SIR, IT'S HERE
Ocala's public Christmas tree has
come to town. It was lying on its
side this morning like a great, gentle,
good giant, only waiting to be helped
up into position, so that it can be
1 employed in giving joy and gladness
to all the boys and girls in town and
country as well as to all passers-by.
Tomorrow's Saturday.
Saturday is Christmas Eve.
O all you happy kiddies we wish
the same to you.
One of Santa's good friends and
helpers took him to see the children
at the Oak school yesterday and they
sang for him and he invited them to
come and meet him at the Christmas
tree on Saturday evening and get
some candy and other good things.
And they'll be there.
Then he went to Anthony and what
do you think one of the big boys asked
Santa to bring them? A new school school-house!
house! school-house! That would be some Christmas
present. And I have no doubt it
j would be very much appreciated, for
i it certainly is needed,
j But it was at Citra that the gifts
I mentioned took the prize. They make
the Christmas tree fund look like two
mills. They included Studebakers
and Fords, a million dollars, and a
Fresh eggs 55 cents per dozen at
Farmers' Exchange Store. 19-4t

English are Taking Drastic Measures
To Repress the Threatened Up-
rising la Egypt

Cairo, Dep. 23. (Associated Press)
Said Zagloul Pasha, Egyptian nation
alist leader who refused yesterday to
obey the order issued by the military
authorities that he and his chief fol followers
lowers followers cease all political activity and
leave Cairo, was escorted to the rail railway
way railway station today by British troops.
His removal was accompanied by
some disturbances in the course of
which a considerable number of glass
windows were smashed. Later plans
were changed and Zagloul put in a
motor car and taken to Suez.
REINFORCING THE GARRISONS
Malta, Dec. 23 (By Associated
Press). Two British warships have
received orders to proceed to Egypt
j-fately. Other units of the Brit-.
ish Mediterranean net are under or
ders to leave at the shortest notice.
BOARD OF TRADE
Amendments to be Submitted to The
Trade Body at the Annual
Meeting
Without difficulty, the Board of
Trade secured a quorum at its meet meeting
ing meeting last night and amendments to the
constitution and by-laws of the organ
ization were introduced, which if
adopted at the annual meeting, will
make the following changes. The
amendments will change the name of
the organization from board of
trade to chamber of commerce. Pro Provisions
visions Provisions will be made for holding reg regular
ular regular meetings not less than once in
three months, the dates to be deter determinable
minable determinable by the board of governors.
The dues of the active members will
be payable quarterly in advance in instead
stead instead of monthly. Members failing
to pay their dues within three months
after maturity, will be given a writ- t
ten notice by the secretary. If the
member still remains delinquent, his
membership may be forfeited by ac action
tion action of the board of governors which
has power to extend the time for pay-
in? dues in the case of a delinquent?

. j . Hest bushel largest sweet potatoes,
cient reason for so doing. Another... 0
j . ... , rrench; second best. D. E. Jones-
amendment provides that resolutions ,., ,, fc
. , ... j ., i Best collective exhibit table sweet
can not be submitted, unless they: c 8Wfc

pve been previously approved by the,
board of governors, without the mem
Kpt nflrar?nf- t Vi t rpcninf Inn fircf ml-
ing a general statement of the subject i
matter. Should any two members
object to its presentation, it shall be j
referred to a committee to be immed-
iately appointed by the president.
This committee, after hearing both j
sides, will report the matter back
with a recommendation that it be pre-;
sented to the meeting or that its pre presentation
sentation presentation be deferred. If the com-i
mittee recommends that consideration 1
be deferred the resolution shall be re
ferred to. the board of governors with
power to act, subject only to the pro-
visionls of the by-laws, which pro-
vides for the calling of special meet
ings of the organization upon thel
written request of ten members.
What would make a more suitable

holiday gift to the wife than one or j Co.; second best, A. S. Pickett,
more of the pretty rugs we are show-j Best Peck home bolted grits, A. S S-ing
ing S-ing this season? The reasonable Pickett.

prices will surprise you. Call and
see them. Theus Brothers, The Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Men. 30-tf
Heintz's bakery is prepared to fur furnish
nish furnish fruit cake, pound and raisin cake
at 50c. per pound. Better prices on
larger quantities. Phone 371. 22-3t
We have on hand two seven-passenger
cars which we will sell at a
bargain. Needham Motor Co. 12-tf
We sell the famous Alabama Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Dolls. Call and see the large
line now on display for Christmas.
Style Hat Shop, Rena Smith. 2-tf
CORRESPONDENCE CARDS with
silver, gold or plain border in assorted
tints, at the Anti-Monopoly Drug
Store. 16-7t
Best dinner in the state for 75c. Eat t
and drink all you want. Union Station
Restaurant. 100 per cent sanitary.
Ask the hotel inspector. 22-tf
W. K. Lane, 3L D physician and
surgeon, specialist eye, ear. nose and
throat. Office over 5 and 18 cent store,
Ocala, Flm. Advtf

Agricultural Department
Best bale beggarweed hay, Arlo Box
Company.
Best bnle pea vine hay, A. R. Doug
las.
Best bale of hay not named, J. M.
Meffert; second best, A. F. Perry.
Best bale of hay on exhibition, J.
to. Meffert.
Best barrel velvet beans, J. M. Fen Fen-ntll;
ntll; Fen-ntll; second best, Fred BuhL
Best half dozen bunches oats, Dave
Baldwin; second best, Miss Catherine
Pyles.
Best bundle broom corn, Dave
Baldwin.
Best dozen bunches of rice, Dave
Baldwin.
Best half dozen bunches of kaflr
corn, Dave Baldwin.
Best bundle cured sorghum, Dave
Ealdwin; second best, S. A. NieL

Best collective exhibit hay and for forage
age forage from one farm, L. L. Priest; sec second
ond second best, Perry Edwards.
Best half bushel sorghum seed,
Fred Buhl; second best, Perry Ed Edwards.
wards. Edwards. J3est half bushel rough rice, H. A
Fausett.
Best half bushel shelled corn, L. O.
Booher; second best, J. H. Lucius.
Best half bushel shelled velvet
beans, E. S. French; second best,
Fred Buhl.
Best half bushel Spanish peanuts,
Citra Fruit Company.
Best half bushel Florida peanuts.
Fred Buhl; second, Charley Johnson Johnson-Best
Best Johnson-Best half bushel Valencia peanuts,
Mary Fields; second best, E. S S-French.
French. S-French. Best half bushel chufas, Arlo Box
Company.
Best half bushel goobers, J. Hf.
Tennell.
Best half bushel field peas, Fred
Buhl and E. S. French.
Best collective exhibit of seeds
from one farm, L. L. Priest; second
best, Dave Baldwin
Best bushel Providence sweet pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, Peter Loos.
Best bushel Porto Rico sweet pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, C. Whiteman; second best, L. Q.
Best bushel white East India sweet
potatoes, Peter Loos.
' T TV
Best bushel Irish potatoes,
J. M.
Meffert.
eest nali dozen pumpkins,
Pritchett.
T. A
Best half dozen
Wilbur Michael.
summer squash.
Best exhibit rutabaga turnips, Al Albert
bert Albert DeVore; second best, W. M.
Hales.
Best exhibit turnips other than ru rutabagas,
tabagas, rutabagas, E. L. Booher; second best,
A'bert DeVore.
Best exhibit eggrlants, V. D. Potts-
Best exhibit radishes, T. Needham;
! econd best, E. L. Carney.
j Eest hamper string beans, Citra
j ruit Company.
' Best exhibit cucumbers, Albert De-
vore; second best, U. k.. Jones.
Best exhibit .watermelons, R. Rob
ertson;
Best peck home bolted meal, Sparr

Best peck home cleaned rice, IL A
Fausett.
Best collective exhibit home crushed
stock feed, Sparr Milling Company.
Best and largest stalk Sea Island
cotton, S. P. Pierce.
Best fifty pounds Sea Island cotton,
R. H. Mathe.
Best fifty pounds short staple cot cotton,
ton, cotton, George BuhL
Best exhibit ribbon sugar cane, D.
E. Jone3; second best, Arlo Box Co.
Best exhibit green sugar cane, W.
R. Prine; second test, Dave Baldwin.
Best exhibit red sugar cane, Dave?
Ealdwin; second best, S. P. Pierce.
Best exhibit Japanese sugar cane,
Frank Haines; second best, M. Gloster.
Best exhibit sorghum, Perry Ed Edwards;
wards; Edwards; second best, S. A. NieL
Best exhibit four quarts syrup, W.
P Prine; second best, Mrs. II. N.
Snowden.
Best collective exhibit of cane and
cane products. Perry Edwards; sec second
ond second best, E. M. Petty.
Best collective exhibit syrup, Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Edwards.
Eest exhibit of beeswax, E. S S-French.
French. S-French. (Continued on Second Page)



TWO

OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1921

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Home-Made Toys

slmufiinujiii.tiiua.,iii))iJi. uiH.uiniiL!),;, ni.:;,
AfXYOXK who has priced toys viu
Jr realize that a very great savin savin-is
is savin-is possible in making i ifs at
home. For instance, f;oin mi.; tLai
have accumulated one can iua...e ani animal
mal animal toys, as rui,bit.s, dogs, eais. bears,
elephants, ax well as many of the char character
acter character dolls that will prove to be a
perfect delight to small chL'Iren.
Patterns can easily be procuied for
making animal and dotl toys frtm any
place where patterns are sold. One
clever mother went even farther by
making "bunny," "cat'' and "bow
wow" slfppers for the youngsters that
are a never end:ng source uf pleas
ure. She outlined the face of a
bunny, cat, or dog in black; made
ears and fastened tlurn on with but buttonhole
tonhole buttonhole stitch, and used tiny shoe
buttons for the eyes. The scraps she
used in making the slippers and many
of the animal toys were largely from
odds and ends that are usually thrown
way in making ver gariueiit--.t
A grandmother is makin? i:-e of old
black and white silk stockings .y mak making
ing making them up h.u, character i-lis. The
eye, nose un nvtth are r-nrrr-idered.
a gay .-calico dress is made, a white
aprr.n, ami 9 red cai. This makes a
typical mammy tmit will prove a great
favorite v.-kh the :hi!dren. Another
Idea which she carries cut is to make
the body half white and half black.
That is, put a v. Lite doily on .one end
and a black one on the other. Arrange

the clothes !n the

LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS
AT MARION COUNTY FAIR

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middle of the body
and make them
suited to each
character. As a
suggestion, make
a Dinah for the
black part, so
that when the
black head is up
the doll will be a
Diekanlnnv. and

ao that when the V,

white head is ex exposed
posed exposed It will be a
white dolly, A
black stocking

may be unraveled to furnish kinky
hair.
One can also make small dolls out
of odd scraps of ribbons, voiles and
filk combined with, clothes pins. Paint
the faces on the head of the clothes
pin with Ink or water color.
r R fig dolls are perhaps the most be beloved
loved beloved by small children. Any little
girl would love to have a "Raggedy
Ann," for her very own. "Raggedy"
Is manufactured from unbleached mus muslin,
lin, muslin, stuffed with cotton ; her features,
hairand shoes painted on with water
colors. She is especially proud of her
feet, because they so closely resemble
Charlie Chaplin's. Her eyes may
look large and glaring, but even if
they are two large shoe buttons, they
are always full of love for her small
owner. In making "Raggedy" be sure
to stuff her neck, hands and feet full
of cotton, so that she will not become
limp and discouraged looking.
, It is also possible to make a dol'
houe and doll furniture that will be
a del'frht to little eirls. Get a box

of suitable size and put partitions in j Best boar one year old or over, Par
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It. Two rooms above and two below

Best exhibit home cured hog pro-
ducts from one individual, J. SI- lief- J
fert; second best, E. W. Luffman.
Largest side of bacon, E. F. Luff-!

dun.
Best shoulders, smoked, E. W. Luff Luff-man;
man; Luff-man; second best, M. 31. Shockley.
Largest ham, W. M. Shockley; sec second
ond second best, E. W. Luffman.
Boys' ten-ear corn contest, Theo

Duffington; second, Mabry Neil; third,

W. M. Neil.
Boys' peck of sweet potatoes, Veal
Williams, second, Mack Teuton; third,
Overton Hudgen3.
Boys' corn club contest, S.A. Niel;
second best, Lonnie Pierce; third best,
Theo Buffington. ;
Farmers' best ten ears corn, W. M.
Gist; second best, J. F. Gist; third
best, S. A. Niel.
Best collective exhibit from one
farm, Lee Priest; second best, Patrick

Felder.
Best 100 ears corn selected, S. A.'

Niel; second best, George S. Cole.
LIVE STOCK
Aberdeen Angus
First bull two years old and under

three, first bull one year and under

two, first bull under one year, first
and second cow three years old or
over, first and second cow. or heifer
two years old and under three, first
and second one year old and under
two, first and second heifer under one
year old, Mack Teuton.
Grand champion cow and grand
champion bull (beef breed), Mack
Teuton.
Dairy Breed
Best bull three years old or over,
Lee Priest.
Best bull two years old and under
three, L. W. Raysor Jr.
Best bull under one year, Parker
Painter; second best, L. M. Raysor.
Best cow three years old or over,
L. M. Raysor.
Best cow or heifer two years old
and under, L. M. Raysor.
Best heifer one year old and under
two, F. W. Ditto; second best, L. M.
Raysor.
Grand champion bull, Parker
Painter.
Grand champion cow, L. M. Raysor.
Any Breed Not Listed
Best cow three years old or over,
G. R. McClelland; second best, Mary
E. Haine.
Best red pole cow three years or over,
J. M. Potter.
Best heifer under one year, G. R.
McClelland; second best, J. C. Madry.
SWINE
Berkshyres
Best boar one year old, J. M. Fen Fen-nell.
nell. Fen-nell. Duroc Jersey

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exist. And yet you will know them,
speak of them by their first names; drearn
of them, perhaps, and of the great human
drama their lives constituted.

They are people you will
never forget: the principal
characters in the Rex Ingram
production of the masterpiece
of Vicente Blasco Ibanez's
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PRODUCTION
Photographed by John F. Seitz

UTemple Theater TWO DAYS
Beginning, MONDAY, Dcember 26
PS ICES, 50c

is the ideal arrangement. Scraps of
wall paper can be used for covering
the walls and small rugs- can be made
for the floors. These may be knit
or crocheted out of rags, torn fine. The

outside of the house can be painted
some soft color. It should have
three coats of paint to look well. The
first opat should be a prim!ng coat.
For this use the same paint and color
as for the final coats, only thin it
down with turpentine; three pints to
one gallon of paint is the proper pro proportions.
portions. proportions. After this has dried shellac
all knots and sap spots. Then give
It a coat of paint. If this looks well,
another coat will not b necessary.
If enamel is used for the work, apply
a coat of flat paint first.
One can also use plain wall paper
on the outside instead of paint, using
toarrow strips of a harmonizing color
lor the trimming. Often samples of
wall paper can be used to advantage
in the decoration of the interior and
exterior of a doll house.
Doll furniture may be made from
the thin boards that come in boxes.
After it is made, enamel it to make
It more attractive. Remember that one
must always apply flat paint before the
enamel. One mother who made her
little girl a lot of doll furniture used
odds and ends of gay cretonne instead
of paint for covering it. Small cush cushions
ions cushions may be made of cretonne to fit
In the little chairs or settees. One
mother made a little sun parlor in
the house and placed a tiny, swinging
seat In it
Compo board can also -be used In
making doll houses. It is light and
one can easily use wall paper on both

tlie inside and outside. Doll furni furniture
ture furniture may also be produced from it.
Fathers will find it possible to make

toy wagons, sleds and airplanes that

will give a great deal of delight to

the little boys. A grocery store can

Ve made from a box that will prove to
BO a never failing source of pleasure.
fr all children love to play at "keep

ing store" and selling things.

Many things can thus be fashioned

which will be durable, washable, un

breakable and will all make Christina

presents for the children that will de

light them fully as much as- the store
toys. M. Palmer in Successful Farming.

ker Painter.

Best boar under one year old, Les Leslie
lie Leslie Douglas; second best, E. B. Howell.
Best sow one year old or over, H. H.
Carter; second best, Barrett Douglas.

Best sow under one year, Harry

Meadows; second lest, Leslie Douglas.

Poland China
Grand championship boar, W. C.

Blood.

Grand championship sow, W. N.

Gist.

Best boar under one year old, W. C.

Blood; second best, W.i N. Gist.

Best sow one year old or over, W.

N. Gist; second best, W. N. Gist.

Best sow under one year old, W. N.

Gist; second best, W. C. Blood.

Best pen, boar and two sons, any

age, W. N. Gist; second best, W. C.

Blood.

Best pen of pigs, six months old or

under, six pigs or more, W. N. Gist.

Best sow and suckling brood, W. N.

Gist; second best, Albert Johnson.

Grade Hogs

Best sow one year old or older, T.

Needham.

Best sow under one year old, E. R.

Howell.

Best pen of pigs, six months old, six

or more, T. Needham.

Best sow and suckling brood, E. B.

Howell.
HORSES
Roadsters, Non-Standard

Stallion one year old and under two

years, J. M. Meffert; second best, Hor
ace Hurst.

Best stallion colt under one year

old, John Seiler

Best mare one year old and under
two, J. M. Meffert; second best, John

Seiler.

Best brood mare with foal, John

Seiler.
Draft Horses, Pure Bred

Best stallion one year old and under

two years, L. M. Raysor Jr., second

! best, L. M. Raysor.

Draft Horses, Grades

Best mare or gelding thee years old
or over, J. C. Howell.
Best mare or gelding one' year old

Meffert.

Saddle Horses
station three years old

or

Har.aers for Towels.

Nails driven through corks mckt and under two, John Seiler.

good hangars an .Tsh ;fl inn;.vi

Best brood mare shown with foal, J.

Best

over, John Seiler.

Best mare or gelding three years

old or over, J. M. Meffert.

Best brood mare with foal, Mack

Teuton.

Mules, Marion. County Owned
Best mule three years old or over,

C. G. Peeples; second best, C u.

Peeples.

Best mule one year old and under

two years, J. M. Meffert; second best,
H. R. Moore.

Best mule colt under one year, J.

M. Meffert.

Pig Club Prizes Donated by Momroe &

ChamblLss National Bank
First, Earl Best; second, F. E. Car

ter; third, William Howell; fourth,

Leslie Douglas.

Fat Pig Club Prizes Donated by Ocala

National Bank
First, Leslie Douglas.
Sow and little club, Leslie Douglas.
HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
Best exhibit citrus fruit grown and

exhibited by an individual, Citra Fruit

Company; second best, Wissahickon

Grove, Sparr.

Best box pineapile oranges, Amer

ican Fruit Growers; second, Wissa Wissahickon
hickon Wissahickon Grove.

Best box Valencia oranges, Citra
Fruit Company.
Best box seedling oranges, Wissa

hickon Grove.

Best box Parson Brown oranges,
American Fruit Growers, Ocala; sec second,
ond, second, Citra Fruit Co.
Best box naval oranges, Wissahick Wissahickon
on Wissahickon Grove; second lest, Citra Fruit Co.

Best box king oranges, Citra Fruit
Company.
Best box satsuma oranges, Citra
Fruit Company.
Best box blood oranges, Wissa Wissahickon
hickon Wissahickon Grove.
Best box of oranges other than
named, Citra Fruit Co.
Best box mandarines, Wissahickon

Grove.
Best box fancy tangerines, Ameri American
can American Fruit Growers; second best,
Citra Fruit Co.
Best box willow tangerines, Citra
Fruit Co.; second best, Wissahickon

Grove. j
Best ox Nagami kumquats, T. B.
Snook; second best, Citra Fruit Co. j
Best box Marsh seedless grape grapefruit,
fruit, grapefruit, Citrus Exchange, Ocala; second j
best, Citra Fruit Co.
Best box Duncan grapefruit, Wissa- 1

hickon Grove; second best, Citra Fruit;
Company.

Best box any ctner variety, Ultra
Fruit Company; second best, E. S.
French.
Largest and best bunch grapefruit,
J. F. Sigmon; second best, E. &
French.
Best box ponderosa lemons, Citra
Fruit Company.
Best box of other variety, T. B.
Snook.
Best peck key limes, T. B. Snook.
Best basket guavas, Ella B. Owens;
second best, T. B. Snook.
Best bunch horse bananas, Henry
Dean; second best, D. E. Jones..
Best bunch Cavandish bananas, D.

E. Jones.
Best banana plant in fruity E. S.
French.
Best exhibit persimmons, E. S.
French.
Best exhibit fresh figs, F. F. Folks.

Best six pomegranates, W H.
Smith.
Best six pears, any variety, T. B-Snook.

Best exhibit pecans, 10 pewmds,
grown in county, T. Needham.
Best exhibit hiekory nuts, E. S.
French.
Best exhibit walnuts, E. S French;
second best, L. W. Perkins.
Best collective exhibit pecans, five
or more varieties, E. S. French.
Best butternuts, James L. Williams.
FLORAL EXHIBIT
Best exhibit cut chrysanthemums,
J. F. Sigmon.
Best exhibit cut roses in vase, Mrs.
H. E. Snow den.
Best single specimen rose in vase,
Mrs. J. E. Thomas.
Best single specimen of fern, Mrs.
Mamie Fox.
Best display of cut flowers, any va-

I riety, in vase, Mrs. B. T. Perdue.

Best single specimen of geranium, ;
Otto Young. j

Best collection of foliage plants, K.
T. Munroe.

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XTIREE

Let Us Furnish
Your Holiday
Frmt Cakes
Layer Cakes
Spong Cakes
Jelly Rolls
Pies, Etc
Federal Bakery
Makers of the
Famous
4e
Attention ladies! Just what you
have been asking for: Misses' and
boys derby ribbed three-quarter hose
in black, brown and white at 50 cents.
H. A. WATERMAN'S. 20-4t
B u y a
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Present
That Increases in Value
One of those large lots on
FORT KING AVE.
300x528
Fronts on Ft. King and
Ocklawaha Aves.
Own your home
When you pay- rent you
have kissed your
money goodbye
See L. M. MURRAY
118 Fort King Avenue
One of the best values in the Bar-
nett stock which we bought at mas
ter's sale, are the men's hats. These
hats are the Young brand, well known
and reliable. Wide range of shapes
and shades. Don't worry about the
prices. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival and departure of passenger
trains at OCALA UNION STATION.
The following schedule figures pub published
lished published as information and not guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. (Eastern Standard Time)
SEABOARD AK LINE RAILROAD
Leave
2:20 am Jacksonville-N'York
1:55 pm Jacksonville
4:17 pm J acksonville
Tampa Tampa-2:15
2:15 Tampa-2:15 am Manatee-St Petrsbrg
2:55 am NTork-St Petrsbrg
2:15 am Tampa
1:50 pm Tampa-Manatee
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Arrive
2:10 am
1:50 pm
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1:35 am
2:15 ran
1:35 pm
4:05 pm
R. R.
2:27 am Jacksonville-N'York 2:33 cm
1:45 pm Jksonville-Gainsville 3:24 pm
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'8

The Girl a
Horse and
a Dog
FRANCIS LYNDE
CHAPTER XVi II.
The Hold-Up.
Beasley left me sitting on the door doorstep
step doorstep rve a notion he had run out of
handcuffs, else he might have clapped
a pair of them on me while he start started
ed started his posse down to Atropla with the
captured raiders and their leader.
When he came back we took time.
Daddy and I and the big marshal, to
size up the damage that had been
wrought, and beyond that, to dig Into
'Hooray'" He Yelled. "Charley Bull Bull-erton's
erton's Bull-erton's Dreened Your Mine for Ye!"
the mystery of the continuous grum grumbling
bling grumbling roar which was still ascending
out of the wreck-covered mine shaft.
Beasley stayed with us, waiting, as
I took it, tc get his breakfast before
he ran me off to jail, and the three of
us fell to work clearing away the
fallen timbtrs and roofing iron. Dad Daddy
dy Daddy Hiram leading the attack and be being
ing being the first to stick his head through
what reman ed of the tangle and hang
It over the ?dge of the shaft's mouth.
"Hooray!" he yelled, his voice
sounding as if It came from the inside
of a barrel ; and then again. "Hooray,
Stannie, so-i! by the ghosts of old
Shadrach. Meshach and Abednego,
Charley Bullerton's done gone and
done eggs-zne'ly what he said he could
do dreened your mine for ye: Climb
In here and take a look at her.' She's
empty empty as a gourd but. at
that, she ain't goin to be, .very long !"
A few more minutes of the strenu strenuous
ous strenuous toil cleared the pit mouth so that
we could all see. The bomb which had
exploded In the shaft had wrought a
complete transformation. The stand standing
ing standing flood, which all of our pumping
attacks had failed to lower by so
much as a fraction of an inch, was
gone, and with it had vanished the
two big centrifugals, the platform
upon which they had stood, and their
pipe connections. Gone, likewise, was
the greater part of the heavy wooden
shaft-lining. A little of this remained
In the upper part of the shaft, but
from a point possibly twenty-five feet
down, there was nothing but the bare
rock sides of the square pit swept by
the receding flood.
As for the hollow roaring noise
which had followed the crash of the
explosion, and which still continued,
there was a good and sufficient reason
plainly visible from the' pit's mouth.
Some twenty feet down, and on the
eastern side of the shaft, a stream of
water big enough to run a good-sized
hydro-electric plant was pouring Into
the perpendicular cavern, and it was
Its plunging -descent into the bowels
of the earth which was making the
mimic thunder.
Beasley was the first to find speech.
"Where the blazes is all that water
comin from?" he exploded.
"That's just what we're going to
find out!" I barked. "Can you and
Daddy handle my weight in a rope
slingr
They both protested that they could
handle two of me if necessary, and a
sling was quickly rigged and I was
lowered into the pit. At the nearer
view thus obtained, some of the mys mysteries
teries mysteries were instantly made clear. The
reason why the wooden boxing disap disappeared
peared disappeared below a certain point in the
shaft was that it had never extended
any farther down. It had been mere merely
ly merely a box with a bottom! and all those
pipe-dream impressions which hud
tried to register themselves on the
day when I had my struggle with the
suction-pipe octopus were instantly
translated into facts. I could have
sworn, then, that there w as a bottom
in the box, and there was a bottom.
And that other imression t.I had

encountered an inruShing stream m
ice-cold water in the chilling depths; ;
here was the stream ; a foot-thick, j
never-failing cataract, pouring in :
through a perfectly good and substan substantial
tial substantial conduit of twelve-inch iron pipe!)
In a flash the whole criminal rays- j

tery Involving the ostensibly flfndtl
mine was illuminated for me. "Haul
aw ay !" I called to the two above ;
and when they had drawn me up to
the pit's mouth and I could get upon
my feet. I yipped at Daddy and the
marshal to come on, and led them in-
an out-door race along the mine eye
to the eastward; a hundred-yards
dash which brought us to the banks
of the swift little mountain torrent in
the right-hand gulch.
A brief search revealed precisely
what I was expecting to find; what
anyone in posst-ssion of the facts pre precedent
cedent precedent would have expected to find.
In the middle of a small pool slightly
upstream from the path level a pock pocketed
eted pocketed bit of -water neatly screened and
half hidden by a growth of low low-branching
branching low-branching spruces we saw a cone cone-shaped
shaped cone-shaped whirlpool swirl into which a
good third of the stream flow was
vanishing. Below this pool an appar apparently
ently apparently accidental heaping of rocks
formed a small dam which kept the
little reservoir full.
Without a word, Daddy Hiram and
the Angelic marshal plunged reckless recklessly
ly recklessly into the stream and with their bare
hands tore away the loose-rock dam.
With the removal of the slight barrier
and the consequent clearing of the
course of the stream, the pocket reser reservoir
voir reservoir immediately sucked dry, the Inlet
of the cataracting pipe was exposed,
and the secret of the flooded Cinnabar
vas a secret no longer.
The scheme which had been elab elaborated
orated elaborated and set in motion to "soak"
Grandfather Jasper was a premedi premeditated
tated premeditated "holdup." The Cinnabar, in op operation
eration operation and producing to its capacity,
was worth, so Beasley asserted, all
that my grandfather had paid for it,
and more. But with the branch rail railroad
road railroad built to its very door, its value
would be doubled. Two alternatives
had thus presented themselves to the
owners, who were Cripple Creek
mining speculators who had bought in (
the stock at a low figtre while the
main vein was as yet unexploited : they
could go on mining the ore and stor storing
ing storing it against the time when the rail railroad,
road, railroad, with Its cost-reducing advan advantages,
tages, advantages, should come along; or they
could suspend operations for the same
length of time, setting the losses cf a
shut-down over against the increased
profits when they should start up
again.
With our discoveries of the morning
the plan of the robbery became per perfectly
fectly perfectly plain. Some giant of finance
among the speculators had evolved a
scheme by .which the mine not only
might be shut down during the inter interval
val interval of waiting for the railroad to build
over the bench, but at the same time
be made to yield a bumper crop of
profits.
Taking its various steps in their or order,
der, order, the first move in the game was to
sell the mine to Grandfather Jasper
while it was still a going proposition ;
and this was done. But one of the
conditions of the sale (Beasley told us
this) was that the selling corporation
should continue to operate the mine,
not as a lessee, but under a contract
by which the operating company
should receive a certain percentage of
the output: an arrangement which
r.rave the holdup artists ample oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to prepare for the coup de main.
How these preparations wre made.
:: :i r u ii:ni kept from teak teak-'
' teak-' ;. :t. -!! remained one of the un-'iv-U
ihj sterlcs. though Beasley sug suggested
gested suggested l.m probably imj-orted work workmen
men workmen were employed, and that the work
l ad been done under jealous super supervision
vision supervision with all the needful precautions
taken against publicity. The tight
wooden box which would figure as a
part of the shaft lining had been
built, and into the box the creek bad
been diverted by means of the small
dam and the underground conduit.
With the water admitted, to rise in
the box to the level of its intake in
the creek reservoir, the trap was set
and was ready to be sprung.
Beyond this point there was a gap
we were obliged to bridge by conjec conjecture,
ture, conjecture, but the inferences were all plausi plausible
ble plausible enough. Doubtless the plotters
had notified my grandfather that his
mine was flooded and was no' longer
workable. Doubtless, again, he had
authorized them to buy the needful
pumping machinery and to install It
which they did.
In this barefaced imposture the plot plotters
ters plotters had conceivably builded some something
thing something upon Grandfather Jasper's ad advanced
vanced advanced age as an insurance against
any too-searching investigation ; but
beyond this they had carefully dis disarmed
armed disarmed any suspicion that he might
otherwise have harbored by encourag encouraging
ing encouraging him in the actual purchase of the
property to take expert advice, and
by craftily priming him, by under understatements
statements understatements of the facts, to trust them.
Only rumors of what had occurred
at this visit reached Angels; but Beas Beasley
ley Beasley could testify that my grandfather
had come and returned alone, and that
after the pumping demonstration had
been made he had seemed disposed to
pocket his huge loss and to call it a
bad day's work.
(Continued Tomorrow)
CHRISTMAS FLOWERS
Let us have your orders at
once for your Xraas needs
S. R. PYLES & COMPANY
Phone 555

ANTHONY

. Anthony, Dec. 21. The citizens of
Anthony learned with regret that
Mr. B. K. Padgett has resigned as
agent for the S. A. L. Mr. Padgett
has served the public in Anthony
faithfully for ten years and has given
cp his position for a better one. The
new agent is expected in a few days. ;
Mr. Will Fielding, who has been
iUite sick at the University of Flor-
ida, ha3 recovered and arrived here
Monday to spend the holidays with bis
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Fielding.
Mrs. J. H. Talton returned a few ;
days ago from a visit to relatives in
I acksonville.
The Misses Palmour are entertain entertaining
ing entertaining their friend, Miss Harvey this
week.
Mrs. Terry Young of Arcadia, who
has spent the past two weeks with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Pasteur Sr., will leave Wednesday for
her home.
Miss Alma Priest, who has been at attending
tending attending the Woman's College at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, arrived home Saturday and
will spend Christmas with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Priest.
Mr. J. R. Miller has as his guest his
brother from North Florida.
Mrs. McBride of Pine Bluff, Ark,
who has been the guest of Mrs. Reese
Lindsay for several days, left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for Bartow.
Mr. William Woodward of Georgia,
ii a visitor at the home of his aunt,
Mrs.' A. B. Moore.
Mrs. B. K. Padgett left Tuesday for
Jacksonville.
The Woman's Club realized a neat
lum Friday evening at the oyster sup supper.
per. supper. The supper was given for the
benefit of the club house piano fund.
Mr. W. E. Hurst, who has been
away for some time, has moved to
Anthony again.
The Christmas trees will be as fol follows:
lows: follows: At the Baptist church Friday
n:'ght, the Methodist church Saturday
eight and a community tree at the
Jub house Monday night.
Misses Mattie Lee and Aleea Pad Padgett
gett Padgett made a flying visit to Lake City
this week. J
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lamb will enter entertain
tain entertain friends from Kentucky during
the holidays.
Miss Cora Griffin, who has been
teaching in Tampa, arrived home Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Mr. E. G. Gardner who has sold his
home, will move to the Methodist
parsonage.
Saturday niqht the friends of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Hooker gave them a
chivaree at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Keeney.
FAIRFIELD
Fairfield, Dec. 21. The cool, clear
days are being enjoyed by all, and the
farmers are busy with their truck and
preparing to begin another crop.
Mr. C. H. Gray and wife, D. R. Mix Mix-son
son Mix-son and sister, Annie, made a flying
trip to Ocala Thursday.
Mr. A. D. Carter and Miss Richey
were out driving Saturday afternoon.
Dr. J. L. Davis and family of Irvine
were on our streets Saturday.
There will be a Christmas tree at
the Baptist church Friday night. Ev Ev-eiybody
eiybody Ev-eiybody ts invited to attend.
Mr. E. I. Whittington and wife and
Mrs. K. E. Ausley were callers on old
Santa in Ocala Monday afternoon.
Mr. J. C. Smoak of Flemington
was in our burg Saturday night. He
was on his way home from Ocala,
wher he had been serving on the jury
for a week.
Mrs. Alice Simpson of Georgia is
expected to arrive to spend Christmas
with her father and sister, W. A.
Yongue and daughter, Miss Agnes.
Mr. D. Fant of Flemington was in
town Saturday.
School will be dismissed Friday for
the Christmas holidays. Enjoy your yourselves
selves yourselves next week, children, and return
to school on the 2nd of January with
a bigger determination to master all
your studies.
Mr. H. J. Crider, wife and daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Bernice and Mrs. S. P. Gei Gei-ger
ger Gei-ger made a flying trip to Ocala Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. Rhett Dantzler of Ocala was
in our midst Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Clark Yongue has returned
from Georgia, where he has been tak taking
ing taking a course in telegraphy. He will
spend the holidays with his father
and family.
We hear there are to be several
weddings during the holidays. Here
is wishing all of the couples much
happiness.
Mr. R. E. Mathews arid father pass passed
ed passed through our burg Saturday on
their way to Ocala,
Ladies' COATS. New Stock just in.
A limited quantity, but the New York
Styles. FISHEL'S 12-3t
For dress, woolen socks, also lisle
and silk stockings for ladies and boys
at WATERMAN'S. 20-4t
"I would walk all around town to ;
trade at your store, you always seem j
so pleasant," said a lady when trad- ;
ing at "FISHEL'S," the store of
"Friendly Wishes." 12-3t 1

CITY PROPERTY
FOR SALE OR TO RENT

I have some very desirable houses and apart apartments
ments apartments furnished and unfurnished.
W. M. WILSON, Ocala, Florida
ROGERS-WILSON REALTY CO.

GIFTS THAT LAST

DIAMONDS WATCHES
FOUNTAIN PENS CLOCKS
MESH BAGS PEARL NECKLACES
ROGERS' COMMUNITY and STERLING SILVER
TABLE CUTLERY
CARVING SETS LEATHER GOODS
SAFETY RAZORS, $1.00
ALSO, GILLETTE'S
IVORY and PEARL MANICURE SETS
THERMOMETERS BAROMETERS
LADIES and GENTS' UMBRELLAS
OPTICAL GOODS

Weihe Company
THE OCALA JEWELERS

XT-T tt H 1 1 HIM f M I IT i 1 1 M I i t t 1 i i i 1 : 1 :

For Xmas

LOG CABIN PECAN ROLL
Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry flavors
pound, 75c; half pound, 40c: quarter lb .
CHOCOLATE FUDGE
per pound
MAPLE FUDGE,
per pound

I PEANUT CREAM

per pound
COCOANUT CREAM
per pound
COATED CREAM CARAMELS
Chocolate and Manilla flavors, per lb

BON BONS
Vanilla,Strawberry and Orange flavors,per lb.

We are here to stay and will appreciate
your patronage. Every piece of our Candy is
made under the most rigid sanitary conditions
and is guaranteed absolutely pure.
Candy Kitchen

AT U-SERVE STORE NO. 2

UtfHITE STAR LIN

Negotiable Storage ReeipU
MOVE, PACK, SHIP
LIVE STOCK,
PIANOS. BAGGAGE,
MACHINERY,
FURNITURE, ETC.

vJEIH
20c
30c
30c
30c
30c
50c
50c
West of Court House

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Issued on Cotton, Automobiles, Etc
LONG DISTANCE M0YLG
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OCALA EVENING STAB. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1921

caia Evening S sr
Pabllobril Etrry limy Except Saadar T
STAR PUBLISHING C03IPAN Y,
OCALA, FLORIDA

H. H. Carroll. PrMldnt
I". V. : LratrtiKiHiil, Srrer-TrraiBrer
J. H. firbjaiuia, Kditor

Enter. a: Oca la. Fla... postofflce as
second -class matter.

TELKPHOXES
Yioi4- Office He-Oae
l-tlitorial Iiruartmeat Two-Stven
!rtctr HcjMirtrr Five-One

; :-ions of Europe and Asia. The
tv.cory is strengthened by the fact
that the Etruscans, while pos possessing
sessing possessing a civilization very high for
their day, and known to have entered
Italy from the north, have never been
linked with any other people. That
they worked down from the north,
creating their civilization as they
came, is as reasonable a belief as
any, and it is by no means improbable
that it would also apply to the people
who possessed Greece prior to the
Hellenes.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

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entitled for the use for republication or
11 news dispatches credited to it or not
otherwise credited in this paper and
Also the local news published herein.
All rights of republication of special
3Lpatches herein are also reserved.
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out without t-Ktra composition ciiarsjei.
!:,, l.1 advertisemer.ts at legal rates.
Cucuit court has adjourned until
Tuesday, J&n. 3. It made a good re record
cord record during its first two weks.

That piece of diplomacy by which
the United States obtained a "made
In Ctrmany'.' dirigible was not a
creditable act for our country.

Er?rb Felkel of the St. Augustine
Uccc:d sends out holiday greetings to
the Florida newspaper men, one of
the smartest of whom he is which.

Wallace Stovall of the Tampa Tri Tri-fcvne
fcvne Tri-fcvne is sending but Christmas good
'wishes to his friends. Mr. Stovall
.?ro down in history as the founder
-of t. gre.at newspaper, than which no
rtnan can have a finer monument.

One thing is certain, and that is
this world will never be saved by
men who work eight hours a day or
less. Thomas Edison says: "Today
I am wondering what would have
happened to me by now, if fifty years
ago, some fluent speaker had convert converted
ed converted me to the theory of the eight-hour
day and convinced me that it was not
fair to my fellow-workers to put forth
my best efforts in my work. I am
glad that the eight-hour day had not
been invented when I was a young
man. If my life had been made up of
eight-hour days I don't believe I could
have accomplished a great deal. The
country would not amount to as much
.p.s it does if the young men of fifty
yars a?o had ben afraid they might
crrn more than they were paid. There
v.-re some shirkers in those days, to
be pure, but they didn't boast of it.
The shirker tried to conceal or excuse
his shiftlessness and lack of ambition."

WITH ALLEN Bath Outfit ladies
take shower bath without wetting
hair; they have private shampoo
without spraying collar; with the
Allen outfit the children's bath is
just fun for mother and children
The more babies the more fun. 6t

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Good Wishes
Old Friends

and

and

A Merry Christmrs
Customers

A PRESENT FOR YOU To every
customer who calls at our store on
Saturday, December 24th (Christ (Christmas
mas (Christmas Eve) we will award a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present. B. GOLDMAN. "Why
Pay More?" 22-2t
FOR RENT Complete upper floof
arranged for housekeeping, or one
o rtwo rooms if desired. Bath, hot
and cold water, etc.; near- town.
Apply at 403 Fort King Ave. 22-6t
WANTED Furnished apartment for
client of refinement; no children.
Apply to James Hall, phone 218. It
FOR SALE Two pianos in fine con condition;
dition; condition; also good incubator. One
White Wyandotte cock bird, thoro thoro-brcd.
brcd. thoro-brcd. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E. 5th
St., Ocala, Fla. 23-lt

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If I sent you cigars yen might smcke 'em,
And I den't krow the kind U prefer;
If Isent yqu rare gems U might Seek 'em;
Or may be U'd give them to Her.
II sent U a book U might read it
And carelessly toss it away.
If I sent U a FORD U might speed it
And eat turkey in jcil Christmas day.
Bat o Good Wish needs no rhyme nor reason,
And I'm sending a Million to U,
That This be the Best Christmas Season,
Old Friend and Customer, U Just Ever Knew.
JAKE'S

A PRESENT FOR YOU To every
customer who calls at our store on
Saturday, December 24th (Christ (Christmas
mas (Christmas Eve) we will award a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present. B. GOLDMAN. "Why
Pay More?"- 22-2t

courthouse square if you buy one of
our boys' suits, for money saved is
money made. Two pair of pants

with some of thei. suits. E. C. Jor-
i dan & Bro., near Federal Bakery. 8t
I
I FOR SALE Shetland ncny and cart,
i Write Mrs.-E. P. Lytle, Stanton,
I Fla. 19-12t

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COAT SUITS

We see that our friend, Mr. Ken

nedy, has sent his little denunciation

of Receiver Christensen to the Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka News. We expect Goode Guerry
could tell something himself about
those Oklawaha Valley debts. In the

meantime, no man of fairness will i
abuse Mr. Christensen, who is asking I

nothing but opportunity to do his
work in a legitimate way.

Ths Star is beginning to receive
its legular supply of Christmas good
wishes. The first made it feel good
and each in succession makes it feel
bet'"-r. It has bought a trunk with a
Tos-i-satin lining to store them in.

Those school children who "struck"
at Ocala one day this week were prob

ably spanked and sent to bed without j

their supper since we have heard
nothing more from them. Sanford
Herald.
If Bob Holly will come over here.

we will give him $10 apiece for all of
them he spanks. j

For almost a hundred years, the
'theory has been accepted that the j
cradle of the human race and the be beginning
ginning beginning of civilization was in Asia.
What has been denominated the Ary Ary-;an
;an Ary-;an family of nations has been believed
to have had its origin in India and
steadily worked its way eastward, j
Scientific men are now veering to the
conclusion that the original starting
point of the white man's civilization
was in Central Europe, the country
now mostly occupied by Poland. The
root3 of the Lithuanian language ex extend
tend extend further down than that of any
other people. It is logical to believe
that the white race worked its way
from its comparatively cold and in in-Jiospitable
Jiospitable in-Jiospitable clime into the more genial

Because the republicans, out of j
spite against Woodrow Wilson, tried j

to break up the league of nations, is
no reason for democrats to oppose Mr.
Harding's efforts for world peace. No
matter who promotes it, peace is a
good thing forall of us.

.. X M A S
Juvenile Bicycles
For Soys and Girls
Also, Grovvn-Ups
B. F."C0NC0N

Federal Fruit Cake.

16-tf

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JUDGE Of the merit of an article
when 55 out of 60 personse visited
order it. They all wanted Allan's
Portable Bath Outfit. Agents outfit
displayed in store secures at once
ten orders without solicitation. An
agent sending in orders says thir thirteen
teen thirteen of these are for doctors and
four for preachers. 23-6t
WANTED Live wirem an with auto automobile
mobile automobile to travel and take orders for
a necessity. Money making proposi proposition.
tion. proposition. Call at the Colonial Hotel aft after
er after 7 p. m. and ask for Mr. Mor Morris.
ris. Morris. 20-3t
WANTED 10 or 15 horsepower gas gasoline
oline gasoline stationary engine; must be in
Al condition. Box 375, Ocala. 21-6t
WANTED To rent a house for fam family
ily family of five. Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla. 21-6t
FOR SALE Nice fat Christmas tur-
keys. Address C. P. Howell, Box

1SS, Ocala. 21-tf j
A PRESENT FOR YOU To every;
customer who calls at our store on i
Saturday, December 24th (Christ- j

mas tve) we Will award a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present. B. GOLDMAN. "Why
Pa v More?" 22-2t I
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LOST From men; wagon this morn-
ing meat saw. Finder return to :
310 N. O.ango street and receive

liberal reward. C. O. Timmons. 2t

Smoke Don Rev. That pood cigar.
Lots of -people say they can't bear
to miss a single issue of the Tampa
Morning Tribune because it is clean,
fair and open and gives a range of
news covering not only the whole
state but the entire world as well. :
This is true. You can't go wrong in j
reading and depending on the Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. It carries the full Associated j
Press news service and has 160 Flor- J
ia correspondents. When you want j
news facts, read the Tribune. Daily 1
and Sunday subscription rates are ?8
for one year, $4 for six months, 2
fcr three months. Daily only .rates
are $6 by the year, $3 for six months,
SI. SO for three months. 19-3t

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The Lowest Prices Ever
Quoted on

TAX ASSESSOR'S ITINERARY,

FOR RENT Three nice rooms for

light housekeeping; all modern con-!
veniences. Apply to Mrs. Martha
Williams, 212 Orange avenue, or i

phone 39. 12-19-tf

CASH SPECIALS
FOR
SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT

PUSY PEOPLE You can have a
perfectly clean water bath in five
minutes a cleansing, friction, mas massage
sage massage and shower bath. What a
boon for every one on a dirty job!
Your bath tub equipped with the
Allen bath facilities for a few dol dollars.
lars. dollars. The Portable Bath Outfit is
especially for country people. 23-6t
RAGS WANTED Several hundred
pounds of rags (no sewing room
scraps); must be well laundered.
Will pay 5 cents a pound. Star
office. 19-6t

FOR SALE Two pianos in fine con

dition. Also good incubator. One

White Wyandotte cock bird, thor-1
oughbred. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E.
5th St., Ocala, Fla. 15-lm

PLANTS FOR SALE Charleston

Wakefield and Surehead cabbage,
Crystal Wax Bermuda onion, Big
Boston lettuce. C. H. Cooner, 746
Wyomina St., Phone 389. 15-tf

Xo. January
30 .Martel, 2nd. a. m.
4 Cotton Plant, 2nd. p. m.
6 Heidtville. 3rd, a. m.
24 Dunnellon, 3rd, p. m.
5 Romeo. 4th. a. m.
20 Blitchton, 5th, a. m.
33 Emathla. 5th. p. m.
23 Kendrick. 8th. a. m.
18 Martin. 8th, p. m.
2 Lowell. 9th. a. m.
2 Tleddick. Stb. p. m.
31 Fairfield. 10th. a. m.
3 iFlemington. 10th, p. m.
32 Central. 11th, a. m.
32 Oeisrer. 11th, p. m.
22 Mcintosh. 12th, a. m.
?2 Oranse Lake, 12th. p. m.
7 Shady. 15th, a. m.
21 Santos. 15th, p. m.
21 T'.elleview, 15th, a. m.
23 Pt-dro. 17th, a. m.
8 Summerfield. 17th', p. m.
2-" Candler. 18th, a. m.
J Oklawaha, 18th, p. m.
i: Kastlake. lf'th. a. m.
V. Weirsdale. l'.uh, p. m.
Hi .Moss lUuff. 22nd. a. m.
10 Kleitra. 22nd, p. m.
11 Lynne, 23rd. a. m.
11 Conner. 23rd. p. m.
13 liurbank. 24th, a. m.
13 Fort McCoy, 24th, p. m.
27 Kureka. 25th, a. m.

14 Orange Springs. 25th

16 Citra. 26th, a. m.
2 6 Sparr. 26th. p. m.
17 Anthonv. 27th, a. m.
17 Oak, 27th. p. m.
21 l.inadale. 30th, a. nx
12 Orange Springs. 31st, a. m.
1 Ocala. all of February.
If for any reason you cannot meet me
at my appointments, kindly list your
property and mail it to me, or call at
the tax assessor's office In Ocala dur during
ing during February. V. L. COLJSEST,
12-23-tf Tax Assessor.

p. m.

Rcb-My-Tism.anliseplic and pain
killer for infected sores, fetter,
sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism

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Coat Suits of the quality
and characrter ire are show
ing. Every garment strict strictly
ly strictly hand-tailored, styles
both dressy and tailored
modes. Many of these
have fur collars and fur fur-trimmed
trimmed fur-trimmed pockets the lat latest
est latest colors and in all sizes
for women and misses. The
materials are Davet de
Lanes, Tricotines and Poi Poi-ret
ret Poi-ret Twills.
SALE LASTS THROUGH
HOLIDAYS
Alterations Free

RHEIN AVER'S
Second Floor
OCALA, :-: FLORIDA

COAT

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SUITS

PIECE

Round Steak .23c
Rump Roast 20c
Chuck Roast 18c
Brisket Stew .15c
IfcbStew 12y2c

Mutton Leg
Mutton Chops .
Mutton Shoulder
Pork Chops
Pork Ham
Pork Stew

30c
35c
15c

20c

18c
.15c

Sausage Meat, "That Good Kind" 20c

NOTHING DELIVERED, NOTHING CHARGED

Holiday Gift Suggestions

reef iHarket

frest Meats and Groceries Phone 108

Ham

STRAYED One dark brown horse,

weight 900 lbs.; last seen near Mar Martel.
tel. Martel. Reward for his return or infor information
mation information leading to his recovery. C.
M. Livingston, Ocala House, Ocala,
Fla. 15-tf
DOCTORS' GOOD SENSE A lot of
doctors discard bath tubs and use
the Allen Portable Clean Water
Bath apparatus instead. No plumb plumbing
ing plumbing needed. Very simple, effective,
durable, beautiful, cheap. Used ev ev-.
. ev-. erywhere. R. C. Loveridge, Agent,
phone 197. 23-6t
FOR SALE Ford, 1920 model. Used
in private family only. Price, ?250.
Can be seen at Adams & Morrison
garage. 26-tf
FOR SALE Ford worm drive truck
in excellent condition, equipped
with cord tires. A good buy. Apply
Chero-Cola Company. 24-tf
i WANTED 50 boys from 8 to 18
j years of age. From $3.50 to $5 can
be made by just walking across the

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JEWELRY
! SILVERWARE
CLOCKS
TOILET SETS
in Sterling Silver and Ivory
PERFUMED POTTERY
PARISIAN TOYS
OXFORD BIBLES
BOX STATIONERY
CUT GLASS WARE
TABLE LAMPS

THE BOOK SHOP

SOUTH MAIN ST.

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Day Phone 47. Night Phone 515
GEOSGE MacKAY & CO
Funeral Directors. Emhalmers
G. B. Overtoil. Mgi
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BIRTHDAY PARTY

ILIZT OF PRIZE WINNERS fc-yjiv.'

: AT 3IARI0N COUNTY FAIR

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ficintz's Bakery

FRUIT CAKE POUND CAKE
RAISIN CAKE
50c per pound

Better Prices on Larger Quantity
a". ". '. .""" .-

Yesterday afternoon little Anita
Goldman at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Goldman, enter entertained
tained entertained about twenty-five of her little
playmates and friend3. The house
was prettily decorated for the party
with Christmas greens and red flow flowers.
ers. flowers. The afternoon passed only too

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Best collection ci
Mamie Fox.

begonias, Mrs.

CULINARY AND DOMESTIC
Best loaf white yeast bread, Mrs.

Pearl Roseks; secoad best, June Gard-

quickly in playing all kinds of games ner.
that are dear to the hearts of children. I Best loaf raisin bread, June Gard Gard-And
And Gard-And there was an interesting contest ner.
in which the girl's prize was won by Best cornbread, Cora Bell; second
Stella Hurst and the boy's prize by Lest, Mrs. E. L. Carney.
Robert Hurst. Best plate baking powder biscuit,
The dining room was especially 1 Cera Bell,
pretty with its Christmas trimmings, i Best plate soda biscuit, Mrs. O. H.
In the center of the table was a big j Rogers; second best, Lucille Russell,
birthday cake aglow with three j Best dozen Parker House rolls, I. T.
lighted candles, one for each eventful j McCall; second best, June Gardner.

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Holiday Greeting

Arch
Preserver
Shoe

Building Shoes
Like Bridges Bridges-Most
Most Bridges-Most shoes are just
'made" all that they are
intended for are to be mere
"foot coverings.' The pres preservation
ervation preservation of the foot is not
taken into consideration.
That is vrhere the ARCH
PRESERVER SHOE and
ordinary shoes differ.
They are built on a basic
principle they have a wide
bridge reaching from the
ball of the foot to the heel,
anchored securely in place.
It is this bridge that
supports the arch gently yet
firmly it keeps it in its
normal position and pre preserves
serves preserves the foot.
"Shoes built to a principle
Not mere Foot Coverings
We carry all ?es and widths
from A A to D.
H. B. Masters & Co.

year in the little honoree's life, the
occasion for this happy event being
the third birthday of Anita.
The places at the table were desig designated
nated designated by pretty Christmas napkins,
the place cards being Christmas
stockings filled with candy in the cen center,
ter, center, of which was a dimunitive Santa
Claus. The whole was gazed upon
with rapture by the little folks. The
small hostess with a great deal of
ceremony cut the cake which was
served to the guests and with it ice
cream.
As the afternoon drew to a close
the small guests reluctantly took
their leave, telling of the happy time
thed had had and wishing their hos hostess
tess hostess many happy returns of the day.

Anita was well remembered on this

anniversary of her birthday with
numerous presents that the guests
presented to her.

MRS. STRICKLAND

Mrs. Mary L. Strickland, wife of
Aaron Strickland, died at her home
in Orange Springs Wednesday night
at 8:30 o'clock, after a few days' ill illness.
ness. illness. Mrs. Strickland was a devoted
Christian woman and her many
friends will be grievd to learn of her
death. The funeral services took
place this morning at 10 o'clock from
the residence. Interment was made
in Eureka cemetery.
Sam R. Pyles & Company had
charge of the arrangements.

REGISTERED AT THE
BOARD OF TRADE

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."VO glasses would appreciate

"irff7- them for Christmas. Use Use-.
. Use-. v'' ful and beneficial every
day in the year.
DR. K. J. WEIHE,
Optometrist and Optician
Eyesight Specialist

Folowing is a list of recent regis registrations
trations registrations at the Board of Trade: Mr.
and Mrs. Burton F. White, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred Willis, Mr. and Mrs.
Ellis Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Pentz, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Stanley Winer,
Cleveland, Ohio; Mr. O. G. Byul, Suf Suffolk,
folk, Suffolk, Va.; J. B. Lindsey,- Buffalo, Ala.;
J. R. Harrison, Peoria, 111.; C. Hart Hart-man,
man, Hart-man, Santa Paula, Calif.; Fred Smith,

South Bend, Ind.; G. G. Smith, Tam Tampa;
pa; Tampa; G. C. Powell, Nashville, Tenn.;
Fred W. Mason, Providence, R. I.;
Mr. and Mrs. James McLaughlin,
Yorkers, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Tolbert, Charlotte, Mich.; Mrs. Chas.

L. Aldrich, Eastlake, Fla.; Mrs. W. L.

Perham, Garden City, N. Y.; Mr. Jos
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MIL A D Y BE A U f Y PARLOR
112 Ft. King Ave.
Ocala, Fla.

A scriptural oratorio cantata will
be rendered by the choir at Mt. Zion
A. M. E. church, Sunday evening, Dec.
25, at 7:30 o'clock. The public is cor cordially
dially cordially invited. L. C. Smith,
23-2t Choirister.

CHRISTMAS CAR BARGAINS

C V. Roberts
Phone 305

Barney Spencer
Phone" 431

ROBERTS & SPENCER
Funeral Directors, Embalmers
Private Morgue and Chapel
MOTOR EQUIPMENT
Office Phone 350. Ocala, Fla.
217 W. Broadway

We have the following used cars in
good mechanical condition as the re re-markly
markly re-markly low prices named, and at al almost
most almost your own terms:
One Chalmers, 5 passenger. .$300.00
One Overland, 5-passenger. . 250.00
One Chevrolet 490, 5-pass 200.00
One 1920, two unit starter, five five-passenger
passenger five-passenger Maxwell 300.00

Best dozen beaten biscuit, Cora Bell.
Best fruit cake, Mrs. L. N. Green;
Second best, Mrs. Bettie Nix.
Best pound caks, Mrs. L. A. Jones.
Best white cako, Mrs. G. K. Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Best angel food cake, Mrs. G. S.

: bcott.

Best sponge, cake. Mrs. W. Wolff.
Best jelly roll, June Gardner.
Best caramel cake, Mrs. Bettie Nix.
Best devil's food cake, Mrs. L. N.
Green.
Best Lady Baltimore cake, Mrs. L.
N. Green; second Lest, June Gardner.
Best cocoanut cake, Mrs. L. N.

Green; second best, June Gardner.
Best chocolate cake, Mrs. O. H.
ilogers; second best, Mrs. L. N. Green.
Best dozen tea cakes, Mrs. L. N.
Green; second best. Cora Bell.
Best dozen ginger cakes, Mrs. L. N.
Green; second best, Mrs. E. L. Carney.
Best dozen ginger cookies, Mrs. G.
W. Williams; second best, Cora Bell.
Best dozen sugar cookies, Mrs. L. N.
Green; second best, Lucille Russell.
Best dozen doughnuts, June Gard Gardner;
ner; Gardner; second best, Cora Bell.
Best apple pie, Mrs. L. N. Green.
Best mince pie, Mrs. L. N. Green.
Best lemon pie, Mrs. O. H. Rogers.
Best cocoanut pie, Lucille Russell.
Best sweet potato pie, Mrs. L. A.
Jones.
Best collection home made candies,
Mrs. John Taylor; second best, Mrs.
L. C. Dodd.
Best glass grape jelly, Mrs. W. C.

Dalzell; second best, Carrie Thompson.

Best glass cranberry jelly, Mrs. W.

L Dalzell.

Best glass guava jelly, Mrs. G. K.

Williams; second best, Mrs. Louis

Weihe.
Best glass apple jelly, Mrs. W. A,
Penland; second, Mrs. G. K. Williams,
Best glass plum jelly, Mrs. J. C
Madry; second best, Mrs. Madry.

Best glass blackberry jelly,' Mrs.

V. C. Dalzell; second Mrs. Penland:
Best glass orange jelly, Mrs. W. C,
DalzelJ; second, Eessie Felder.
Best jar plum jam, Mrs. W. C. Dal Dalzell;
zell; Dalzell; second, Mrs. W. A. Penland.
Best jar blackberry jam, Mrs. D. W
Tcmpkins; 2nd, Mrs. J. E. Temple.

Best jar guava jam, Mrs. W. A.

Penland.
Best jar graps jam, Mrs. D. W.
Tompkins.
Best jar peach preserves, Anna
Mitchell; 2nd, Mrs. J. S. Rifenburg.
Best jar grape preserves, Mrs. L. O.
Booher.
Best jar guava preserves, Mrs. W.
C Dalzell; 2nd, Mrs. W. A. Penland.
Best jar plum preserves, Mrs. L. N.

Green.
Best jar tomato preserves, Mrs. L.
O. Booher; 2nd, Mrs. J. C. Johnson.
Best jar kumquat preserves, Mrs.
J. H. Therrell; 2nd, Mrs. G. K. Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Best jar pear preserves, H. L. New Newton;
ton; Newton; 2nd, Mrs. W. A. Penland.
Best jar fig preserves, Mrs. J. S.
Rifenburg; 2nd, Mrs. L. C. Dodd.
Best jar watermelon preserves, Mrs.
W. A. Penland; 2nd best, Mrs. J. H.
Therrell.
Best jar orange preserves,. Mrs. J.
C. Temple; 2nd, Carrie Thompson.
Best jar citron preserves, Mrs. J.
C. Temple; 2nd, Daisy Green.

Best jar blackberry preserves, Mrs

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We take this occasion to extend to. our
thousands of patrons the Season's Greetings,
and also to thank them for their loyal patron patronage
age patronage during the year now nearly passed into
history. Our business for 1921 is truly some something
thing something to be thankful for, as it has been far in
excess of our anticipations. Wishing you
one and all a Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year, I am
Cordially yours

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B. GOLDMAN'S OLD STAND
West of Court House OCALA, FLORIDA

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preserves,

One 1917 Maxwell, 5-pass.... 150.00 W. A. Penland; 2nd, Mrs. J. S. Rif en-

One Ford Touring, 1922 model,
six months old 400.00
One Dodge, 1917, 5-passenger. 275.00
Ask to see and ride in these cars.
CARROLL MOTORS CO.,
23-4t-dIy-tw Ocala, Fla.

LOCATION AND PHONE NOTICE
Dr. F. E. McClane is now located

burg.
Best jar huckleberry

Mrs. W. A. Penland.
Best jar grapefruit preserves, Mrs.
L. C. Dodd; 2nd best, Mrs. Dodd.
Best jar orange marmalade, Mrs. J.
C. Temple; 2nd best, W. C. Dalzell.
Best jar guava marmalade, Mrs. G.
S. Scott; second best, Mrs. Scott.
Best jar grapefruit marmalade,

in Commercial Bank building. Office Mrs. J. C. Temple; second best, Mrs.
phone 113 two rings; residence j w- C. Dalzell.
phne 151. tl i Best jar peach narmalade, Mrs. D.
i W. Tompkins; 2nd, Mrs. H. E. Snow-

Federal Fruit Cake.

16-tf

will break a

Grippe quicker than anything

The Book Shop and The Gift Shop den.
will be closed all day Monday, Decern-' Best jar apple butter, Mrs. D. W.
ber 26th. 23-2t j Tompkins; 2nd, Mrs. W. A. Penland.
I Best jar guava butter, Mrs. L. A.

GINGHAMS! It wouldn't look like Delto; 2nd, Mrs.. P. A. Penland.
there was a shortage on Ginghams to Best jar peach butter, Mrs. H. E.
see our stock. FISHEL'S. 12-3t Snowden.
J Best jar pear butter, Mrs. L. O.
Apalachicola select oysters every Booher; 2nd, Mrs. J. S. Rifenburg.

Cold, FCVer and'' 65 cents a quart, $2.25 a gallon. Best jar plum butter, Mrs. W. A.

City Fish Market. Phone 15R. tf Penland.

i Best collective e: hibit vinegar, Mrs,

Best jar plums, Mrs. W. C. Dalzell;
2nd best, Bettie "Wilson.
Best jar grape3, Mrs. W. C. Dalzell.
Best jar blackberries, Mrs. H. B.
Baxter; 2nd best, Mrs. W. C. Dalzell.
Best jar guavas, Mrs. W. A. Pen Pen-land;
land; Pen-land; 2nd best, Mrs D. W. Tompkins.
Best jar huckleberries, Mrs. W. A.
Penland;" 2nd, Mrs. H. E. Snowden.
Best jar pears, Mrs. G. K. Williams;

2nd best, Mrs. J. C. Temple.
Best jar peaches, Mrs. G. K. Will Williams;
iams; Williams; 2nd best, M:s. H. L. Newton.
Best jar mulbeiries, Mrs. J. C.
Temple. j

Best jar field peas, Daisy Green;

Best jar sweet potatoes, Mrs. L. J.

Jones: 2nd best, Daisy Green.

Best jar okra, Daisy Green; 2n
best, Mrs. L. A. Jones. ff
Best jar tomatoes, Mrs. W. C. Daj-zell.

Best jar beans, Mrs. H. E. Snowden; j

2nd best, Mrs. H. B. Baxter.
Best jar sweet pickled peaches,"
Mrs. T. M. McLanf.; 2nd best, Mrs. L.
N. Green.
Best jar sweet pickled pears, Mrs.
Mack Taylor.
Best jar sweet pickled watermelon,
Mrs. L. O. Booher; 2nd beat, Mrs. G.
K. Williams.
Best jar sour cucumber pickles,
Mrs. H. B. Baxter; 2nd best, Mrs. H.
E. Snowden.
Best jar mustard pickles, Mrs. H.
E. Snowden; 2nd, Mrs. L. O. Booher.
Best jar bean pickles, Mrs. W. C.
Dalzell; 2nd, Anna Mitchell.
Best jar piccalilli, Mrs. L. N. Green.
Best jar onion pickles, Mrs. L. A.
Jones.
Best jar sour green pickles, Mrs.
J. S. Rifenburg; L'fcd best, Mrs. H. E.
Snowden.
Best jar chow chow, Mrs. W. C.
Dalzell; 2nd, Mrs. T. M. McLane.
Best. jar mixed pickles, Mrs. J. S.
Rifenburg; 2nd, Alice Weihe.
Best jar cabbage pickles, Mrs. H.
E Snowden; 2nd best, Daisy Green.
Best jar pickled beets, Mrs. J. C.
Temple; 2nd best, Mrs. J. C. Temple.
Best bottle tomato catsup, Mrs. L.
O. Booher; 2nd, Mrs. J. C. Johnson.
Best bottle pepper sauce, Mrs. L.
O. Booher; 2nd best, J. J. Tipton.
Best bottle ch'li sauce, Mrs. L. N.
Green; 2nd best, Mrs. T. M. McLane.
Best iar DeDDer hash. Mrs. J. C.

f
Temple.
Best collective exhibit canned
fruits, vegetables, pickles and sat sat-sups,
sups, sat-sups, Mrs. J. W. Gardner; second
best, Mrs. Louis Weihe.
Best pickled peppers, A. S. Pickett;
second best, A. S. Pickett.
Best five pounds home made soap,
?Irs. S. R. Pyles; 2nd best, Mrs. L. A.

4 SERVICE -h TRY
PHONE 71
Simmons' GARAGE

COOK'S MARKET and GROCERY
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
Everything for the Christmas Dinner
MEATS and GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES

Phone

243

Beautiful DOLLS. We have really
beautiful sleeping dolls. FISHELS. 3t

Christmas cards "made in Dixie,"
at Gerig's Drug Store. 6-tf

We knOW,p re Venting pnenraOflin; Smuke Don Rey. That good cigar. E. L. Carney; 2nd, Cora Bell.

(Continued on Page Six)

SfjfiL When the 5-

Children are Grown
Will they look back at happy days spent la
healthy, joyous play on properly planned and
well organized playgrounds instead of dangerous
streets and demoralizing corners and back lots?
Consider what just one-tenth of the money your :
town spends In unnecessary pleasures would meaa
if invested in substantial playground equipment
and park areas for the children. Then talk it overt
with some progressive neighbors and start a ch3c
welfare committee" in each.civic organization. 13
Before you plan too much, take the matter trp
with those who specialize in the study of such
matters they can help you a great deal and at
nominal cost will save much in needless expense
and wasted effort. If you have not had your copy
of the TROPICAL PLANTING BOOK mention
that when writing, too.
Reajoner Brothers: Royal Palm Nurseries
Department bf Landscape Design
BOX 133 ONECO, FLORIDA
Members Americas Civic Association

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SIX

OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1921

LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS
AT MARION COUNTY FAIR

(Continued from Page Five)

Jones.
Best jar crystal ized orange, C. V.
Swain.
Best jar crystalized grapefruit,
Mrs. J. C. Temple; 2nd, C. V. Swain.
Best jar crystalized citron, Mrs. L.
CDodd.
. Best collective exhibit jellies, jams,
marmalades and preserves, Mrs. J.
W. Gardner; 2nd best, Mrs. S. R.
Pyles.
Best home made cheese, Miss Cath Catherine
erine Catherine Pyles.
Best cottage cheese, Miss Catherine
Pyles.
Best pound of butter, Mrs. L. O.
Booher; 2nd, Miss Catherine Pyles.
Best collective exhibit and display
for dairy uses, Miss Catherine Pyles.
Best collective exhibit on culinary
and domestic, Mrs. O. H. Rogers; 2nd
best, Lucille Russell.
POULTRY DEPARTMENT
Anconas
Best cockerel, J. W. Gardner.
Best pullet, J. W. Gardner; 2nd
best, J. W. Gardner.

Best exhibition pen, E. F. Moore;
2nd best, J. F. Gardner.
Best B. B. red game cock, Frances
Smith.
Best B. B. red game hen, first and
second, Frances Smith.
Best Indian Game (Cornish) cock,
C A. Timmons.
Best Brown Leghorn pullet, first
and second, J. W. Gardner.
Best exhibition pen Brown Leg Leghorns,
horns, Leghorns, J. W. Gardner.
Best White Leghorn cock, Ray
Priest; 2nd best, R. T. Munroe.
West White Leghorn hen, H. D.
Grantham; 2nd, Ray Priest.
Best White Leghorn cockerel, C. E.
Crandle; 2nd best, Ray Priest.
Best White Leghorn pullet, J. J.
Tipton; 2nd best, E. L. Carney.
Best exhibition pen White Leg Leghorns,
horns, Leghorns, C E. Crandle; 2nd best, Ray
Priest.
' Best S. C. Black Minorca cock, W.
A. Penland; 2nd, N. J. Edwards.
Best S. C. Black Minorca hen, W.
A. Penland; 2nd best, N. J. Edwards.
Best S. C Black Minorca cockerel,
L. Bennett; 2n best, W. A. Penland.
Best S. C. Black Minorca pullet, C.
L. Angel; 2nd best, L. Bennett.
Best S. C. Black Orpington cock, J.
J. Tipton.

MEANING OF THE MONUMENT
As Christmas Day commemorates
the Birth at Bethlehem, so does man
erect to those whoh ave passed, a fit fitting
ting fitting symbol to perpetuate the mem memory
ory memory of them. We are prepared to
submit designs and estimates for
monuments of any description from
the most 'modest to those of larger
proportions.
Ocala Marble Works

PHONE 183

OCALA, FLA.

Best S. C. Black Orpington occkereL
1st and 2nd, L. Bennett.
Best S. C. BiacK. Orpington pullet,
J. J. Tipton.
Best S. C. White Orpington hen, J.
W. Crosby Jr.
Best S. C. White Orpington pullet,
J. W. Crosby.
Best Barred P. R. cockerel, R. E.
Munroe, 2nd, Mrs. R. L. Anderson Jr.
Best Barred P. R. pullet, R. T.
Munroe; 2nd, Miss Annie Davis.

Best exhibition pen Barred B. R,
W. F. Blesch.
West White P. E. cockerel, first and
second, C. L. Nekcn.
Best exhibition pen White P. R., C.
L. Nelson.
Best R. C. R. I Red cock, C. W.
Coshaw.
Best R. C. R. L Red exhibition pen,
C. W. Coshaw.
Best S. C. R. I. Red cock, Mrs. R. E.
Lindsey; 2nd, Mrs. Lindsey.
Best S. a R. I. Red hen, Albert
Johnson; 2nd, Mrs. R. E. Lindsey.
Best S. C R. I. Red cockerel, J. W.
Gardner; 2nd, Mrs. R. E. Lindsey.
Best S.C.B.L Red pullet, Mrs. R.
E Lindsey; 2nd best, A. B. Rupree.
Best capons, K. C. Moore.
Best exhibition pen S.CE.I. Reds,
J. W. Gardner; 2nd, Albert Johnson.
Best R. L White cockerel, J. E.
Frampton; 2nd best, J. E. Frampton.
Best exhibition pen R. I. Whites, J.
E. Frampton.
Best Columbian Wyandotte cocker cockerel,
el, cockerel, J. I. Gist.
Best Columbian Wyandotte exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition pen, J. I. Gist.
Best Buff Wyandotte cockerel, J. I.
Gist.
Best Silver Wyandotte hen, B. D.
Belcher; 2nd best, B. D. Belcher.
Best Silver Wyandotte cockerel, B.
D. Belcher.
Best Silver Wyandotte pullet, B. D.
Belcher; 2nd best, B. D. Belcher.

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For 1921 Is

THE GIFHT SOP

Harrington Hall Corner

Here you will find every thing for the children's
Christmas Presents, as old Santa Claus was just a lit little
tle little more generous with the line this season than be before.
fore. before. For the most satisfaction we advise shop early.

Foot Balls for the boys.
Basket Balls for the girls.
Raggedy Annes books and dolls.
Raggedy Andies books and dolls.
Brown Bears and: Books.
Tinker Toys.
Tea Carts, Tables and Chairs for
the little girls..
Aluminum and China Tea Sets and
Cooking Utensils for the little girls.

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Full line of the famous Gilbert
Toys.
Biggest line of Children's Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Books we haveever carried.
Substantial Doll Furniture.
Endless variety of Christmas Cards.
Christmas Seals.
Tinsel Cord.
Gold and Silver Ribbon.
Beautiful Wrapping Paper for
Christmas packages in Holly and
Poinsettia Designs.

New Goods Arriving Every Day

The Gift Shop,

Harrington Hall Cornor
Ocala; Florida

Best exhibition pen Silver Wyan-'
dottes, B. D. Belcher, 2nd best, B. D.
Belcher. ;
Best White Wyandotte cock, J. L
Gist; 2nd best, J. E. Frampton.
Best White Wyandotte hen, J. L:
Gist.
Best White Wyandotte cockerel, J. :
I. Gist; 2nd best, J. I. Gist.
Best White Wyandotte pullet, J. L
Gist; 2nd best, J. I. Gist.
Best Gold Seabnght Bantam cock,
Otto Beard.
Best Gold Seabnght Bantam hen,1
Otto Beard; 2nd test, Otto Beard.
Best B. B. Red Game Bantam cock, 1
R. T. Munroe. I
Best B. B. Red Game hen, Jessie)
Kennedy; 2nd best, R. T. Munroe.
Best B. B. Red Game cockerel, Jes- ;
sie Kennedy. j
Best B. B. Red Game Bantam pul-
let, Jessie Kennedy. j
Best old Mallard drake, J. I. Gist; j
2nd best, J. I. Gist.

Best young Mallard drake, J. L
Gist.
Best young Mallard duck, J. I. Gist.
Best Gray Call drake (old), J. L

Gist.
Best Gray Call duck (old), J. Li
Gist; 2nd best, J. I. Gist.
Best Gray Call drake (young) J. L
Gist; 2nd best, J. I. Gist. j
Best Gray Call duck (young) J. L!

Gist; 2nd best. J. I. Gist.
Best colored Muscovy duck (old)
James Pooser; 2nd, James Pooser.

Best colored Muscovy drake (old) j
James Pooser. j
Best bronze turkey cork (old) J. W. i

J Gardner; 2nd. C. P. Howell. i

Best bronze turkey hen, J. W. ;
Gardner; 2nd, J. W. Gardner.
Best bronze turkey cockerel, C P.;
Howell; 2nd best, J. W. Gardner.
Best bronze turkey pullet, J. W.
Gardner; 2nd best, J. W. Gardner. ;
Best Red Bourbon turkey cock, C. j
P. Howell. j
Best Red Bourbon turkey hen, C.
P. Howell; 2nd best, C P. HowelL j
Best Red BourLon turkey cockerel,!
C. P. Howell; 2nd, C. P. HowelL j
Best pair red, yellow, black and
mottled Jacobins, R. T. Munroe; 2nd
best, R. T. Munroe.
Best pair Yellow Carneau pigeons,
L. Bennett; 2nd best, L. Bennett. j
Best pair Red Carneau pigeons, L.
Bennett; 2nd best, L. Bennett.
Best pair Blue Own pigeons, L. :
Bennett; 2nd best, L. Bennett.
Best pair White Maltese pigeons,
L. Bennett; 2nd best, L. Bennett.
Best pair White Owl Pigeons, L.
Bennett.
Best exhibition pen Silver Camp Camp-fnes,
fnes, Camp-fnes, William Cook.
Best Silver Campine cockerel, Will William
iam William Cook; 2nd, William Cook.
Best Silver Campine pullet, William

j Cook; 2nd, William Cook.

Best pair Guinea pigs, R. T. Munroe.

Best Pearl Guinea cock, Mrs. N.
Williams.
Best Pearl Guine hen, Mrs. N.
Williams.
Best Pearl Guinea cockerel, Mrs.
L. Williams.
Best Pearl Guinea pullet, Mrs. N,
Williams.
Belgian Hares

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Collar Bags
Military Brushes
Leather TraveHng Bags
Bill Folders
Suit Cases
Hats. Caps
Trunks, Shoes
Ties, Belts
Socks, Shirts
Umbrellas
Full Dress Shirts
Cuff Buttons
Handkerchiefs
Shirts, Pajamas
Underwear
Sweaters
Boys' Suits, with two pairs pants
Men's Overcoats and Suits
Boys' Blouses, Boys' Pants
Boys' Skull Caps
BathRobes
Boys' Derby Ribbed 3-4 Hose
Men's Felt Slippers
Men's House Slippers
Men's Wool Shirts
Boys' Wool Shirts
Boys' Blouses, Boys' Pants
These Goods can be shown yon with pleasure at
H. A. Waterman
Ocala "The Haberdasher" Florida
This Store Will be Closed Monday, December 26

L.

nie Lee Carlisle.
Best collection of eighth grade work
from any one school, Mrs. Rex Todd
and Mrs. H. S. Wesson.

L. I Best product map of Florida by
I sixth grade pupil, Carl Seiler.
jj I Best product map of Marion county,

by 7th grade pupil, Frances Overton,

eiy. Miss Willard Bishop.
Best sofa cushion. Miss Louise Teu Teuton.
ton. Teuton. Manual Training
Best medicine calinet, H. M. Baxter.
Best model broom holder, H. M.
Baxter.
NEEDLECRAFT DEPARTMENT

t 1 Best maD of tha United States, jnv-

! ing boundaries of states and locating j Bes French embroidered pillow
! ten important cities, principal produc- j Mrs- K- A Green; 2nd best,
, ir.-na anA rVi it c I p l tii i-tQ hv nnvlMrs. R. E. onge.

Best young buck, Billie Howell. : M taw Best French embroidered teddies.

doe. Billie Howell; 2nd: Miss Asrnes Dalzell.

son.

Best younj

Best doe and litter, James Pooser. j Best written lesson illustrated by
Best pen chickens, any variety. C. I drawing, sixth grade pupil, Merle

E. Crandall; 2nd Lest, J. E. Frampton. Sherouse

Best cock or cockerel, any variety,
J. W. Gardner.
Best hen or pullet, any variety, C.
L Nelson.

Best French embroidered night nightgown,
gown, nightgown, Miss Agnes Dalzell.
B,st French embroidered dress

Best written lesion illustrated by (child's), Miss Bobbie Baldwin; 2nd

' drawing, seventh grade pupil, Lora Dtst irs- -aa-!
Thomas j Ees French ecabroidered piece of
i Best individual collection of physi- j household linen, Miss Stella Martin;

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT

ology drawings, eighth grade, Sarah
Scott.

Best collection of primary work in; Best individual exhibit of arithme arithme-any
any arithme-any one grade, Miss Mabel Meffert. j tic, 7th grade, Pearl Thomas.
Best collection of weaving, first- Best individual exhibit of arithme arithme-grade,
grade, arithme-grade, Miss Eunice Marsh; second, tic, 8th grade, Janres Means.
Sparr school. Best agricultural exhibit by indi-
Best collection of color work, sec-!vidual, Mrs. J. H. George,
ond grade, Louise Raulerson; second,! Best specimen cf writing by any
Sparr school. pupil of rural school above the fifth

Best collection of health work, 3rd grade, Daisy Davis.

grade, Miss Nellie Stevens; second
best, Miss Louise Raulerson.
Best writing by a first grade pupil
of a rural school, Raymond Murphy.
Best writing by a second grade pu pupil
pil pupil of a rural school, Alice WehL
Best writing by a third grade pupil
of a rural school, Ruth Williams.
Best collection of fourth grade
work from any one school, Mary Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Best collection of fifth grade work
from any one school, Elizabeth Cole.
Best illustrated lesson, illustrated
by drawing, Mary Williams, fourth
giade.
Best illustrated lesson, illustrated

Largest and best exhibit by any

high school. Miss Sheppard.
Largest and bet exhibit, any two
or more teacher school, not ranked as
high school, E. P. Turner.
Largest and best general exhibit by
any one teacher school, Blitchton.
Best individual collection of draw drawings
ings drawings in botany, zoology, physics or
chemistry, J. W. Crosby.
Best collection cf mounted pictures

2nd best, Mrs. J. C Turnipseed.

Best French embroidered garment,
Mrs. C. F. Raymer.
Best colored embroidered center centerpiece,
piece, centerpiece, Mrs. A. D. lausett; second best,
Sarah Scott.
Best specimen colored embroidered
sofa pillow, Mrs. J. G. Batts; second
best, Mrs. S. A. Moses.
Best specimen Coronation embroid embroidery,
ery, embroidery, Miss Stella Martin.
Best specimen colored embroidery,
any article not lisred, Mrs. L. H. Wil Willis;
lis; Willis; 2nd best, Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
Best specimen of cut work, Miss
Stella Martin.
Best specimen hardanger, Miss Miss-Stella
Stella Miss-Stella Martin.
Best specimen eyelet embroidery,
Mrs. S. A. Moses; 2nd best, Mrs. R.
E. Yonge.
Best specimen cross stitch work.

Miss

showing the industries of ilanon xjg Stella Martin; 2nd best,

county, J. W. Crosby. Agnes Dalzell.
Best original story, Lydia Cordrey. j jest specimen ai-r other embroid embroid-Best
Best embroid-Best original poem, Gertrude Col-jery not listed, Miss Ernestine
lins. (Erobks; 2nd best, Mrs. L. E. Yonce.
Best exhibit of native woods, Law- j Crochet
ton Martin. t..v

bv drawing. Tirothy Luffman, fifth

, poct o-s-lniKit r.f rnoifttrical SDeci- i

graae. W. Wol5,

Best writing by fourth grade pupil mens, Jr ranees e specimen fiet hand
cf rural school, Akora Allen. j Best essay on F.onda birds, their J
Best writing by fifth grade pupil J value and protection O Theus j 'fiIet lace
of rural school, ma Timmons. Best poster showing advantages
- . rtoav TVion -.'its. i ii. iiiia.

Best map of Marion county, giving ; your cuuiuiuiuij, vv.

riBirol fMhiTP -mnnrtA- towns iiousenoia xxxnumics

hard surfaced highways and railroads, Best specimen of
Martha Fort. ; Denmark.
Best collection of sixth grade work Best specimen, cf

fiom any one school, Miss Mamie ; Priest.
Smedley. I Best specimen of hemstitching,

Best collection of seventh grade j Mary B. Sheppard.

Best dresser cover in white embroid-

crochet, Thelma
tatting, Fannie

Best specimen of Irish lace, Mrs. D.

jW. Tompkins; 2nd best, Miss Stella

Martin.
Best crocheted Isnch cloth, Mrs. S.
A. Moses.
Best collective exhibit crocheted
lace, Mrs. C. F. liayner.

work from any ona school, Miss Min-

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LIST OP PRIZE WINNERS Holloway; 2nd best, Mrs. Bettie Mx.
S AT MARION COUNTY FAIR collection of coolred batting,
! 'Miss Alma Holloway; 2nd best, Miss

Elsie Holloway.

I Geo, MacKay 2 Co. K

Ocala, Fla. :
HARDWARE
HIGH GRADE PAINT

(Continued from Page Six;

W.

We have a larger assortment than
usual of hand made gifts and useful
articles for the heme and a special
line for the babies. Come see for
ycurself. Prices 5c. up. Affleck Mil Millinery
linery Millinery Parlor, 111 E. Broadway. 21-3t
PEERLESS TIRE
30x3 Won. Skid $8.60
' ; 30x3 1-2 Ncn Skid $10.00
! We Specialize On
FORD AND CHEVROLET
REPAIR WORK
DIXIE HIGHWAY
GARAGE
JAS. ENGESSER, Prop.
Day Phone 258. Night Phone 533

Ladies' and men's trunks, bags and
suit cases. Ladies ask especially to
see' the Boston bag. Ladies' and men's
umbrellas. H. A. Waterman, The
Haberdasher. 20-4t

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala. Florida
ACCIDFNT AUTOMOBILE

A good bargain is to get what you
vant when you want it at a reason
able price. Low prices are not al always
ways always bargains when it comes to buy buying
ing buying FURNITURE. Theus Bros. 30-tf

;;u;;innnmu:;s;:::s;;:;:;;:;i

"Christmas Cheer
anid Cheerful Clothes"
That's the combina combination
tion combination we offer you for the
Joyful Xmas season. Let
Santa Claus send your
suit through our Agency
J. A. CHANDLER
120 S. Main St, Upstairs

Thompson Building

Men's Furnishings and Hats. We
can please you. FISHEL'S. 12-3t

Foryour Christmas cake use our
cherry, fig, citron or nut cakes. They
are deliciousl Carter's Bakery. 22-3t

FOR SALE
At the
GREENHOUSE

DECEMBER
ELEGANT
CHRYSANTHEMUMS

24

White, per dozen $5.00
Pink, per dozen 6.00
JOHN HHNTZ
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER
Careful estimates made on all con contract
tract contract work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

666 is a prescription for Coids,
Fever and laGrippe. It's the
most speedy reuiedy we know.

j Best crocheted bedspread, Mrs

A. Penland. j
Best crocheted piano scarf, Mrs. i

Pearl Roseke.
H ; Best specimen crocheted lace or any ;

H other article, Mrs. L. H. Willis; 2nd

jt oest, .airs, narry unmn. t
: Best specimen crocheted lace or any
article of wearing apparel, Mrs. W.

Wolff; 2nd, E. Aiterbern.
Best specimen ciochet, any article
or kind not listed Ebove to be entered
in one class, Mrs. J F. Gist, 2nd best,

Mrs. J. E. Goodwa;.
Knitting

Best collective exhibit knitted laces,
Mrs. Joseph Anderson; 2nd best, Mrs.
W.C. Dalzell.
! Best knitted slippers, Mrs. W. C.
Dalzell.
Best knitted sweater, Mrs. Jack
I Thomson; 2nd best, Miss Stella Mar Mar-'tin.
'tin. Mar-'tin. j Best specimen any other knitted
article, Mrs. C. V. Swain; 2nd best.
Mrs. W. C. Dalzell.
! Best specimen drawn work, Miss
Agnes Dalzell; 2nd. Mrs. W. H. Todd.
I Best hemstitched handkerchief,
Mrs. W. Wolff.
i Best specimen Lt-mstitching, Miss
; Agnes Dalzell; 2nd best, Mrs. W.
; Wolff.
Tatting
Best tatted trimmed garment, Miss
!Alma Holloway.
1 Best specimen tatting trimmed
household linen, Fannie Priest; 2nd
best, Mrs. J. F. Gist.
Best tatting coliar, Mrs. Bettie Nix;
2nd best. Miss Elsie Holloway.
j Best handkerchief tatting edging,
Mrs. W. H. Todd.
j Best baby cap, Mrs. W. J. Tillman;
2nd best, Bettie Nix.

General Fancy Work
Best silk quilt, Mrs. Lee Howell.
Best cotton quilt, Addie G. Smith;
2nd best, I. W. Perkins.

j Best home made rug, Mrs. C. L.
jNimons; 2nd best, Mrs. W. H. Todd.
; Best hand made pillow top, Mrs. A.

D. Fausett.
Best fancy bag, Mrs. L. C. Dodd; 2nd
best, J. F. Sigmon.
Best specimen fancy work not listed
in above or under any of the list

; numbers to be entered in one class,
(Mrs. D. E. Swindell.

Old Ladies' Corner
Best specimen knitting, Mrs. L. F.
Sanders; 2nd best, Mrs. Joseph An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. Best specimen tatting, Mrs. L. F.
Sanders; 2nd best, Mary, Jolly.

Best specimen weaving, Mrs. Lee
j Howell.
, Best specimen crochet, Mrs. A. D.
i Fausett.

j Best specimen French embroidery, j
j Mrs. E. E. Yonge. j
j Best cotton or linen quilt, J. M. j
I Pierce; 2nd best, I. W. Perkins.
! Best hand made garment, Mrs. E. j
jE. Yonge; 2nd best, Mrs. E. E. Yonge. j
j Best hand made basket, Mrs. L. A. j
I Ditto.
j Best man's tailored shirt, Mrs. H. j
j B. Baxter; 2nd beft, Mrs. A. E. Gerig. j
Best man's work shirt, Mrs. L. A.

i Jones; 2nd best, Mrs. H. B. Baxter.
Best house dress, Mrs. W. Wolff;
i2nd best, Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
Best kitchen apron, Mrs. R. E.

! Yonge.

ARTS AND CRAFTS
Best landscape in water color, Mrs.
D. W. Tompkins; 2nd best, Mrs. G.
W. Martin.
Best flowers in water color, Mrs.
D. W. Tompkins; 2nd best, Mrs. G. W.
Martin.
Best fruit in water color, Mrs. D.
W. Tompkins; 2nd best, Mrs. G. W.
Martin.
Best pastelle, Mrs. G. W. Martin;
2nd best, Sarah Scott.
Best collection of oil and water
color pictures, Mrs. D. W. Tompkins.
Best collection of hand painted
china, Miss Agnes Dalzell.
Best hand painted cream and sugar
set, Miss Agnes Dalzell.
Best plaque, Mrs. G. W. Martin.
Best hand painted salad dish, Mrs.
G. W. Martin.
Best hand painted berry dish or
saucers, Mrs. G. W. Martin.
Best specimen of china painting
other than above, Miss Dalzell; "2nd
best, Mrs. G. W. Martin.
MISCELLANEOUS
Best specimen of pine straw work,
Mrs. Arthur Hargraves; 2nd best,
Clara Thomas.
Best specimen card scores, etc.,
Miss Agnes Dalzell; 2nd best, Mrs.
Ed Tucker.
Best bead necklace, Miss Rose
Wolff.
Best specimen bead work, Mrs. S.
B. Ware; 2nd, Mrs. S. A. Moses.
Best specimen in real basketry,
Mrs. M. A. Rice; 2nd best, Mrs. D. R.
Mixon.
Best specimen shuck work, T. A.
Campbell.
Best collection of curios, with his history
tory history attached, Mrs. J. T. Hames.
Best colored batting, Miss Alma

TURNER FARM

Turr r Farm, Dec 22 Our Sunday
school fs well represented Sunday

' . Awu. WW
thony was with us and made quite an

i interesting talk which was enjoyed by

II.

E. T. Maples of Norwich, Conn., ac- A number of our folks attended
: ccmpaniei by Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ma- church Sunday night and heard a very

Dies of Connecticut, arrived bv motor interesting sermon

LAKE WEIR

Lake Wsir, Dec. 21. Mr. and Mrs.

route Saturday night to spend the win winter
ter winter at Lake Weir. Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Maples spent lat winter here and
purchased a lot and small building,
which th;y will turn into a dwelling
to occupy during their sojourn here
every winter.
Mrs. Turner of St. Petersburg, with
her grandson, Marion Baker, are
spending Christmas and the holidays
with Mr". B. Baker and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rose and little
sen, Graham of Ocala, were calling on
friends and old neighbors last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mrs. K. H. Clements has been
spending the past week with Mrs.
Alex Wynne at Eastlake. The sud sudden
den sudden death of Judcre Wynne was a
shock to the whole community, as he he-was
was he-was walking: around the yard the day
before, taking a keen interest in hi
grove and his every day affairs a
usual. The funeral was largely at attended
tended attended by sympathizing friends from
all around ihe lake who had known
him so loner to be a man of sterling
qualities. His word was his bond and
his code of honor was the truth al always.
ways. always. Afier a beautiful service con conducted
ducted conducted by Rev. Harding of Weirsdale,
the Masonic lodge of Weirsdale took
charge of the body and the impressive
service at the grave. The many floral
tributes were a testimony of the high
esteem he and his beloved wife were
held in the whole county. The Lake
Weir Club sent a beautiful floral of offering
fering offering ordered from Jacksonville, as
did others, while the community
brought their choicest flowers in great
profusion.
Mrs. K. H. Clements received the
std news by wire last week of the
death of her sister, Mrs. George
Hayes of West Virginia, the result of
an automobile accident the past sum summer
mer summer from which she never entirely re recovered.
covered. recovered. Mrs. Hayes visited here
several years ago and spent some
time with the late Mrs. D. E. Mclver
ard Mrs. Van Hood.

The sweetest story ever told, the
"Story of Nunnally's," that elegant
new package at $1.25, at Gerig's

Drug Store. 5-tf

Mr. Raleigh Waldron or Bay Lake,
was a Sunday caller.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Waldron and
Mrs. II Ida Parramore of Citra were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Syl Sylvester
vester Sylvester Smith.
Mr. J. T. Hall, Mrs. M. T. Cheshire
?.nd Mrs. F. Y. Cheshire were Christ Christmas
mas Christmas shoppers in Hawthorn Monday.
Mr. Tom Lovell of Sparr is in our
midst lot a few days this week.
Our school will close Friday for the
Christmas holidays. All seem over overjoyed
joyed overjoyed at the thought of the approach approaching
ing approaching Christmas vacation.
Miss Gladys Boyles, our efficient
school teacher, called on the Misses
Harper Monday afternoon.

i

Low operating cost

Ladks. a practical gift for the j

man would be a nice wool shirt.
Prices $1 down. H. A. Waterman, The
I'abadasher. 20-4t

Just received, good range of men's
and young men's pants, including real
French serge of special merit. Prices
very tempting. E. C. Jordan & Bro.,
near Federal Bakery. 15-8t

Odd rockers for the home make
most desirable holiday gifts, and we
have an elegant line at attractive
prices. Look them over. Theus Bros.,
The Furniture Men 30-tf

DOMESTIC and ORIENTAL per per-fume,
fume, per-fume, toilet water, and satchet at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t

Marble cake, fruit cake, raisin cake
or pound cake made by us will be
found the most economical cakes for
the holidays. Carter's Bakery. 22-3t

MACK TAYLOR
Ocala, Florida Phone 34S

Douse Brothers
MOTOft CAMS

The hardest thing about finding ai

suitable present for the men folks and
boys is the matter of finding our
place. Once you are here everything
else ils easy. East side courthouse
sGuare. E. C. Joordan & Bro. 15-8t

The
Windsor
Hotel

r

Guaranteed fresh meats and prompt
delivery to all parts of the city com combine
bine combine to keep our patrons well pleased.
Try us. Main Street Market. Phone

108. 6-tf

with

TN the heart of the city,

Hemming Park for a front
yard. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room. Dining
room service is second to none.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ROHKRT

J. E.

M. MEYER,

Mm tser
KAVANAUGH,
Proprietor

Our sausage is always fresh as we
make it up daily. Main Street Mar Market.
ket. Market. Phone 108. 6-tf

Boys' suits $6.50 to ?18, some with
extra trousers. H. A. Waterman, The
Haberdasher. 20-4t

17

Our Holiday Stock Is Now Complete

JEWE

LEY

Diamonds, Silverware, Wrist Watches, Lavellieres,
Lodge Emblem Pins
Elegant Dinner Rings, Children's Signet and
Stone Set Rings
Bracelets Brooches Gentlemen's Watches
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Rings in all hinds of stones and emblems. Men's Belts and Baclles
Pearl Necklaces, Mesh Bags, Vainty Cases in Sterling Silver and Plated.
In fact, oar line is complete with everything carried in
a First Class Jewelry Store.
Community Silver at Very Attractive Prices

I y isi

J. Charles Smith

"JEWELER

Harrington Kail Building, Fort King Ate.

Ocala, Florida



EIGHT

OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1921

KINGS DAUGHTERS AT WORK

About a dozen ladies, members of
the King's Daughters, met at the
home of Mrs. George MacKay this
morning to pack their usual Christ Christmas
mas Christmas baskets. Many- hands make light
work and the willing hands made
light the task and the thought that
some lonesome heart would be cheer cheered,
ed, cheered, that some empty cupboard would
Ie filled, and the thought that many
little hearts yearning for what, at this
season of the year, seems the divine
right of children happiness and joy
might be the reward of this hard la labor
bor labor made the task of the busy women
m Christmas pleasure.
Ther were sixteen big baskets filled
to overflowing with everything that
goes in the making of a regular
Christmas feast, with a few "luxuries
and toys for the children thrown in.
Tbesie sixteen baskets represent about
sixty people, less fortunate than our ourselves,
selves, ourselves, who if it were not for the
bounty of others would probably have
known the pangs of hunger.
As fast as the baskets were packed
they were delivered by willing work-
ers, the whole of this busy home hav having
ing having the appearance of a beehive. After
the last of the baskets wer packed
and ready for delivery a very preasnt
and well earned half hour was spent
'frith Mrs. MacKay during which she
served refreshments.
No more fitting and appropriate
words might be added than, "Some "Something
thing "Something accomplished, something done,
has earned a night's repose."

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

NEW PAPER FOR CRYSTAL
Mr. William C. Miller of Crystal
River, was among the visitors in the
city today. Mr. Miller, with a num number
ber number of associated, today launched the
Crystal River Herald, a weekly news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. We have not yet seen a copy
of the new publication, but if it is a
fair representative of the splendid
country of which that town is the cen center
ter center it will be a hummer. We wish
our new neighbor success in his ven venture.
ture. venture. Mr. Miller has for many years

been a resident of this thriving town
in Citrus county and recognizing the
importance to any community of a
newspaper, proposes that his home
town shall have one.

Judge Bullock adjourned circuit
court at noon today until after the
holidays. It will resume operations
on Tuesday, January 3rd, 1922. Be Before
fore Before adjourning, the judge imposed
the following sentences:
A. L. Parker, penitentiary for the
balance of his natural life.
George Gibson, grand larceny and
breaking and entering railroad car,
two counts, ten years.
Frank Birch, guilty of assault with
intent to rape, five years.
Porter Lewis, forgery, 18 months

in county jail.
Robert Hampton,breaking and en

tering, three yearsT

Henry Wilson, petty larceny, $200
and costs or twelve months.

OCALA COMMANDERY, K. T.

Notice all Knights Templar: Christ

mas observance at the Masonic hall

Sunday, Dec. 25th, at 11:45 a. m.
By order of the grand commander.
B. L. Adams, Recorder.

NAPIER GRASS

Plant now and have abundance of

high value green feed for dairy cows,

nigs, chickens, etc. For plants and
tarticualrs see F. W. Ditto, Ocala,

The Book Shop and The Gift Shop
will be closed all day Monday, Decem December
ber December 26th. 23-2t

A varied line of parlor sets now on
display here. They are serviceable,
up-to-the-minute, and selling at very
reasonable prices. Let us show you
the line. Theus Bros, The Furniture
Men. 30-tf

For your Christmas cake use our
cherry, fig, citron or nut cakes. They
are delicious. Carter's Bakery. 22-3t

Symphony Lawn, that good paper,
in gift boxes, at Gerig's Drug Store.

Large selection of PARISIAN
PVORY in manicure sets, jewel boxes,
military brushes, mirrors, combs and
brushes and separate pieces at the
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t

EAT AT THE MAXINE

Best neals in the city for 50 cents.
Twenty-one meal ticket for $7. Phone
260, 310 N. Main street. tf

The Specialty Shop
The Shop with the Christmas Spirit
Beautiful Greeting Cards
Crane's and White & WyckofTs Stationery in Gift
Boxes
Leather Goods in great variety
Book ends Pal Pencils
and almost anything in the
way of little gifts that you are looking for
Let us help
you make your selection
A. E. Gerig, Proprietor

Farmers Exchangetore

MERCHANTS BLOCK

PhOne 163

Sugar Cane Syrup, II
pint bottles A A C
Tall Pink Salmon 1 c'
per can A OC
UNEEDAS, Q
one package OC
UNEEDAS, -
two packages IOC
UNEEDAS, 9f
three packages UC
OCTAGON SOAP, O
one cake OC
OCTAGON SOAP, 1(-
two cakes IOC
OCTAGON SOAP, O -j
three cakes mIC
OCTAGON SOAP, Qf
twelve cakes OvrC
P. & G. SOAP, e
one cake OC
P. & G. SOAP, ir
two cakes IOC
P. & G. SOAP, -I
three cakes m! C
P. & G. SOAP, N n
twelve cakes OVC
ARGO SALMON Qft
per can OUC
Campbell's Soup, r
one can A C
Campbell's Soup, AtZ
four cans 40C

CORN,
OATS,
BRAN,
SHORTS,
COTTON SEED MEAL,
COTTON SEED HULLS,
BEET PULP,
SWEET FEED,
OYSTER SHELL,
MICA GRIT,
BEEE. SCRAPS.
P.URINA
CHICKEN
CHOWDER,
PURINA COW CHOW,
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CALF CHOW,
PURINA PIG CHOW.

A general stock of GROCERIES and FEED.
licit your patronage

We so-

OCALA OCCHICES

If you have any society items for
the Star, please call five-one.

Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Whitten of San San-ford
ford San-ford are expected tonight to spend t
Christmas with Mrs. Whitten's
mother, Mrs. G. E. Thompson. j

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hopper of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, will arrive in Ocala tomorrow
to spend Christmas with Mrs. G. E.
Thompson.

Fresh peanut and cocoanut brittle,
tafly, fudges, divinity and chocolate
butter creams made every day. Mints
to order. Quality Fruit Store, next
to Masters. 7-tf

The many friends of Mrs. H. C.
Packham will be glad to hear that her
condition is considered a little im improved,
proved, improved, although she is still quite ill.

Candles for the holidays either for
home or Christmas tree decorations.
Variety of colors and prices. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. 17-6t

Mr. Larue Hastings was operated
on at the hospital yesterday and his
many friends will be glad to hear
that he is doing nicely.

We have had phenomenal success
on the wearing qualities of our
"SHOES." We sell you to sell again.
"FISHEL'S." 12-3t

STORAGE BATTERY
Announces Big Reduction in the
Ever Ready Storage Battery

Ml ;
I eVEREADy I

Dodge
Ford
Buick
Chevrolet

$35.00
27.00
32.00
27100

Maxwell $28.00
Studebaker 33.00
Chandler 28.00
Subject to Excise Tax

SPECIAL FORD BATTERY, S20.00

BLALOCK BROTHERS
SERVICE CAR VULCANIZING PHONE 78

Mr. J. R. Moorhead and Mr. Arthur
Davies, who have spent this week in
Levy county on a camping trip, will
arrive home today.

cident in Jacksonville. As he stepped
from the train, not seeing clearly, he
missed the step and fell, hurting him himself
self himself quite badly. He was met by a
physician in Ocala who took him in
charge, and in a short time he will be
completely recovered.

Bath robes and slippers, smoking
jackets. H. A. Waterman, The Hab Haberdasher.
erdasher. Haberdasher. 20-4t

Mr. and Mrs. Winn Humphreys and

children are visiting Mrs. Humphrey's

parents in Largo. They expect to re return
turn return Tuesday. Mrs. Humphreys has
taken a position as operator with the

Ocala Telephone Company.

This is a Studebaker year.

Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,

plain and gold mounted, -at Gerig's

Drug Store. 5-tf

Mrs. Kate Brinkley of Tampa, spent
yesterday in town, en route home from

Uowling Jrark, where he two sons,

Joe and Luther, are attending school

Choice live poultry is always one of

our leaders. Phone us, 108, Main
Street Market. 6-tf

All our windows feature men's X-

mas presents, knitted ties, silk sox,
crepe and fine madras shirts, wool
sex and belts with the new idea
buckle. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t

Mr. and MrsD. Weaver of Morris-

ton were in town Sunday, bringing in

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brewer of Romeo.
Mr. Brewer went on to Jacksonville

and Mrs. Brewer returned with Mr.

and Mrs. Weaver to Morriston.

If it is for her ve haven't it, but she
can find it for him here. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Bro. 15-8t

Orlando this morning. She is official
stenographer for the seventh circuit,
and took all the evidence in the Lena
Clarke case. Her right hand and arm

are yet sore from the immense amount

f work caused by that trial.

Mrs. J. H. Handberry of Inverness,

spent yesterday in town shopping,
and was the guest of Mrs. Carl Ray.

There's no extra charge for clean cleaning
ing cleaning your fish at the City Fish Market,
'hone 153. tf

County Judge Futch, in his office

yesterday afternoon, united in mar

riage Mr. John F. Chesteen of Lake

City to Miss Olga
Winter Garden.

Maude Hicks of

One Ford roadster truck will be
sold cheap if sold at once. Needham
Motor Co. Phone 252. 26-tf

Mr. Lamar Barnett is home from
Emory prep school in Atlanta, to
spend Christmas with his relatives
here.

Ladies HATS. Always something
new weekly. FISHEL'S. 12-3t

"CHERRY" Serge, the newest color
for Wool Middies, Dresses, Slipovas,
at "FISHEL'S." 12-3t

Manhattan and Wilson Bros, shirts,

$1.25 up to $10., with or without col- ;
lars. Soft and stiff collars in the
correct styles. H. A. WATERMAN, J
The Habadasher. 20-4t ;

Mr. Paul McLeod, baseball and foot football
ball football star of Fermer College, Green Greenville,
ville, Greenville, S. C, arrived in Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday to spend the Christmas vacation
with his father, Mr. E. C. McLeod.

Mrs. A. O. Harper and Miss Mattie
Carroll, Rev. Gus Padgett, Messrs. W.
S. Priest, J. S. Grantham, Percy Lisk, j
W. II. Cook, E. J. Ford and other resi-
dents of Fort McCoy, were in the city j

jcoLeiuay, as witnesses in ine uunter
case before Judge Futch.

Boys' mackinaws and overcoats,
shoes, hats and caps and neckwear.
H. A. Waterman, The Habadasher. 4t

Mrs. J. E. Evans received the sad
news yesterday of the death of her
father, Mr. Burdick of Georgia. Mr.
and Mrs. Evans left thi saftemoon to
attend "the funeral.

JACOBS' SUPERB CANDY in holi holiday
day holiday boxes, priced from 10c. to $25, at
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 16-7t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.
Sterling Silver PICTURE Frames
at THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t
The Sunday school class of Mrs. W.
A. Knight met at her home yesterday
afternoon, the meeting being devoted
to business and a special discussion of
their Christmas stocking gift. Each
class will make an offering Christmas
night. After a very profitable meet meeting
ing meeting the hostess served refreshments.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mathews of
Jacksonville are expected tomorrow
to spend Christmas with Mrs Math Mathews'
ews' Mathews' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Mc McLean,
Lean, McLean, and her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M." McLean.

Parker "Lucky Curve" fountain
pens, regular and self-filling. They
are guaranteed. Lfrge selection at
Anti-Monopoly Dnn Store. 10-10t

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Having bought the Barnett stock
of very dependable merchandise at so
great a saving enables us to pull
down the prices of our new good3
which are now coming in on every ex express.
press. express. E. C. Jordan & Bro. 15-8t

Federal Fruit Cake.

16-tf

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Crossley and, son
Thad and Mrs. Albert Brewer and son
Jimmy, of Salt Springs, were in town
yesterday, attending to their Christ Christmas
mas Christmas shopping.

This is a Studebaker year.
Please shop today at THE BOOK
SHOP as we can give you much better
service than if you wait until the
24th. THE BOOK SHOP. 19-4t

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The members of the Eight O'clock
Dancing Club will hold their regular
fortnightly dance tonight. It is being
looked forward to with pleasure and
will be a brilliant affair.

Get your gifts in Xmas boxes. No
extra charge for these bright and
cheery boxes with ties, handkerchiefs,
sox, soft collars, boys and girls' stock stockings
ings stockings and gloves. E. C Jordan & Bro.,
esat side of court square. 15-8t

Mr. Asher Frank of Tampa, arrived
in Ocala yesterday to spend Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Max Israel-

i son.

Full dress cuff luttons, studs, col-

A. WATER-20-4t

Mrs. Daisy Christie and son, Mr.
Clarence Christie, will be guests of
Mrs. Christie's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Chas. L. Moore during the Christmas j lars, shirts and ties. H
holidays. Mrs. Christie is with the i MAN, The Habadasher.

U. S. Veterans' Bureau, Jacksonville j
branch, and Clarence is a popular j Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Moore are
salesman of the Ott Clothing Com-j anticipating a very happy reunion
pany at Lakeland. this Christmas at their home on
j South Fourth street. They are ex-

: pecting all of their children and
grandchildren to spend the holidays

Smoke Don Rey. That good cigar.

Mr. William Harmon of Washing-j with them, namely: Mrs. Daisy Chris Chris-ton,
ton, Chris-ton, D. C, arrived in Ocala yesterday ; tie and son, Mr. Clarence Christie of
afternoon to spend the winter with Lakeland; Mrs. E. C. Staley and Mi3
his daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Gates and Claramae and Master Randolph Sta Sta-his
his Sta-his granddaughter, Mrs. Tillman. Mr. ley of Orlando, and Mrs. Clara Pyles
Harmon met with an unfortunate ac- of Orlando. Mrs. Pyles arrived from

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"7JE don't care what kind of baking
powder you are using we don't care
how much ou pay i jr it or how good the
results you'll nvcx know how whole wholesome
some wholesome and tasty bakings can be until you
C:!u:r.ct. N:r v. LI ya know the meaning of
Zrez'.r.t Lakr.; econcny.
That's mere than a cbiai. It is an incon incontestable
testable incontestable fact Lei us prove it without
risk to you. Let us show you how to secure
superior baking results and to save on
baking costs. Just ask your procer to
send you a can. Try it Then if you are
not convinced that Calumet serves you
better than any baking powder you have
ever used if you are not sure it caves

you where inferior powders trequentjy
cause waste, tell your dealer and he will cheer

fully refund purchase price. Order a can today.
Calumet is the productof the largest

and finest baling powcer lactones
in existence. Its wonderful excel

lence has made it the choice cf

leading Domestic Scientists,

eminent Cnets, and tne most

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ular housewives.

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NOTE

A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz.
Some baking powders come in 12 oz. cans
instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you get a
pound when you want it



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